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Information and Computer Security

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This course is based on IAEA guidance documents and provides an introduction to the basic principles of information and computer security for nuclear security practitioners. This module examines how information security and computer security is used in the process of securing nuclear and other radioactive material, as well as the ways Member States have to secure systems such as these against an attack.

This course is aimed at participants of face-to-face training and other human resource development activities implemented by the IAEA and its Member-States as well as interested nuclear facility personnel and the public.  

Duration: 1 h | Interactivity: Self-study | Languages: English, Arabic, Spanish, French, Russian, Chinese | Certificate: Completion Certificate | Contact: nsnselearning@iaea.org  

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Nuclear Security Threats and Risks: Cyber Threats

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This e-learning module is designed to develop learner's understanding of a cyber threat in nuclear security, including the characteristics of a cyber threat, potential targets and consequences, and the anatomy of a cyber-attack.

The audience for this course is intended to include all personnel and organizations with nuclear security responsibilities and functions. This includes, but is not limited to: national security authorities, regulatory bodies, national nuclear security coordinators, law enforcement, customs, intelligence and security agencies, operators, technical support organizations, educational and training organizations, and nuclear security support centres.

Duration: 2 h 30 min | Interactivity: Self-study | Languages: English, Arabic, Spanish, French, Russian, Chinese | Certificate: Completion Certificate | Contact: nsnselearning@iaea.org  

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Conducting Computer Security Assurance Activities

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This e-learning module is designed to provide an introduction to computer security assurance activities, including planning and preparing for a computer security assessment and conducting computer security assurance activities. Topics include the definition of assurance, how assurance activities are part of a continuous improvement process and support a State's nuclear security regime. The student will learn the functional and security domains the types of assessments, and the assessment process, which includes information collection, analysis and reporting.

The audience for this course is personnel and organizations with responsibility for planning and conducting computer security assurance activities, such as assessments and audits, in support of a State's nuclear security regime.

Duration: 2 h | Interactivity: Self-study | Languages: English, Arabic, Spanish, French, Russian, Chinese | Certificate: Completion Certificate | Contact: nsnselearning@iaea.org  

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Security of Nuclear Information

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This e-learning module is designed to provide a basic introduction to information security through exploring the following: Introduction to Information Security; Threats to information security; Frameworks for information security; and Information security incident response.

The audience for this course is intended to include all personnel and organizations with nuclear security responsibilities and functions. This includes, but is not limited to: national security authorities, regulatory bodies, national nuclear security coordinators, law enforcement, customs, intelligence and security agencies, operators, technical support organizations, educational and training organizations, and nuclear security support centres.

Duration: 2 h | Interactivity: Self-study | Languages: English, Arabic, Spanish, French, Russian, Chinese | Certificate: Completion Certificate | Contact: nsnselearning@iaea.org  

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