[AfrICANN-discuss] Press Release AfTLD Successfully holds a Secure Registry Operators Course in Livingstone Zambia

abel ELITCHA kmw.elitcha at gmail.com
Tue Dec 8 08:56:07 UTC 2015

Bonjour et bravo pour l'initiative. Elle pourrait donner lieu à un échange
d'expérience dans les autres régions d'Afrique. Je pense par ailleurs que
vous devriez diffuser le pourcentage de satisfaction des participants afin
non seulement d'encourager les différents formateurs mais aussi de pouvoir
les réutiliser .
Merci bien.

Le 8 déc. 2015 05:02, "Barrack Otieno" <otieno.barrack at gmail.com> a écrit :

> Listers,
> Africa Top Level Domains Organization (AfTLD),  hosted by the Zambia
> Information and Communications Technology Authority (ZICTA),
> successfully held a Secure Registry Operators Course (SROC) from 9th
> to 13th November 2015 in Livingstone, Zambia, see:
> www.aftld.org/sroc2015
> The three day security workshop covered building and operating a
> secure registry system for ccTLD technical staff and registrars with a
> significant amount of hands-on training on registry platforms actually
> used by African ccTLDs .
> The workshop was followed by two days of DNS business training for
> ccTLD, registries and registrars under the ICANN DNS Entrepreneurship
> Programme
> The workshop was successfully executed with an all African instructor
> team in line with AFTLD initiative to develop and support trainers
> from the Africa region to conduct such training within Africa.
> Each participant had access to at least two servers where they could
> install and build their own registry using CoCCA and FRED registry
> systems on a virtualised server platform. Using this platform,
> participants were  guided through security issues on creating a
> baseline, monitoring ongoing registry and network operations,
> detecting and analyzing cyber attacks, incident response, and recovery
> as well as  mitigation strategies on the improved SROC agenda. Using
> hands-on exercises  participants simulated attacks, used monitoring
> and detection tools to analyze those attacks, and implemented
> protective measures, all this  LIVE on the in-class network.
> The training workshop was supported by ZICTA as host, NSRC virtualised
> platform, CoCCA virtualised platofrm and the partnership of the
> Internet Society,  ICANN and AfTLD.
> Presentations and meeting reports are available on www.aftld.org under
> the resources section.
> About AfTLD
> The African Top Level Domains Organization was established in 2002 to
> act as a focal point for African Country Code Top Level Domain (ccTLD)
> managers in coordinating, formulating,
> developing and presenting a unified approach to issues related to the
> Domain Name System.
> The African Top Level Domains Organization also presents a forum for
> sharing ideas between the regions Internet community with an aim of
> promoting the utilization of national country’s Top Level Domains.
> Thank you
> Best Regards
> --
> Barrack O. Otieno
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> +254-20-2498789
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