TRANSITS training

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TRANSITS training

TRANSITS evolved out of a European Commission funded project (IST-2001-39118, 1 July 2002 - 30 September 2005) to promote the establishment of CSIRTs by addressing the shortage of skilled staff. The seven training workshops organised by the project proved so successful that TERENA continued to run them after the project finished in September 2005. These have been run with financial support from ENISA, FIRST and various other organisations, whilst the course material has also been utilised for other workshops all around the world.

ENISA is supporting the successful TRANSITS program for CSIRT staff members taking place at least twice a year in Europe. The TRANSITS program consists of basic and advanced (hands on) courses.


The TRANSITS-I course is aimed at new or potential CSIRT personnel who wish to gain a good grounding in the main aspects of working in an incident handling and response team. Over the years, operatives have been trained for commercial, governmental, military and national CSIRTs, as well as those in the research and education sector.

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The TRANSITS-II course is aimed at more experienced personnel working for established CSIRTs. It provides an in-depth study of key areas in incident handling and response operations, training in how to improve communications with constituents, along with practical exercises.

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