IBM 476x Cryptographic Coprocessor Implementation Course.
This course is a standard course that is held regularly and upon request. The purpose of the course is to get a good understanding of the IBM CCA cryptographic architecture with its comprehensive set of functions and services. It is a 5-day course taught in English and typically takes place in an IBM location in Denmark or Germany, but can also be onsite at a client. The course is intended for an international audience including system designers, architects, programmers and other persons who deal with IBM's cryptographic solutions. It is a real must for anyone involved with IBM's cryptographic products.
The IBM 476x Cryptographic Coprocessor Implementation Course will familiarize you with the latest IBM 476x crypto hardware the IBM Common Cryptographic Architecture (CCA). The course offers hands-on experience with the IBM 476x crypto hardware. Upon completion of this course, you will be able to install, program, test, and operate IBM cryptographic coprocessors in CCA mode. In addition, you will be able to design solutions that use IBM's CCA products.
Andries Mulder is the instructor for this course. After working many years for IBM in cryptography, he has since acquired years of teaching experience in the area of IBM cryptography.
To request more information and to enroll to the next class please email firstname.lastname@example.org.