The OISF team is proud to announce the start of the Suricata training program. In this program, we’ll be delivering 1 and 2 day user trainings for Suricata.
Some of topics that will be covered over the course of the 2-days include:
- Compiling, Installing, and Configuring Suricata
- Performance Factors, Rules and Rulesets
- Capture Methods and Performance
- Event / Data Outputs and Capture Hardware
- Troubleshooting Common Problems
- Advanced Tuning
- Integration with Other Tools
This dynamic, hands-on, 2 day Suricata training will be delivered by the OISF development and support team. So apart of the great content on how to install, use and troubleshoot Suricata, you will also have the great opportunity to talk in-depth about Suricata with it’s creators.
Proceeds of the trainings go straight into supporting Suricata’s development, so not only will you learn a great deal, you’ll actually be supporting Suricata’s development by taking this training.
We’re kicking off with 3 training sessions in Europe in the last quarter of 2014. For early 2015, we’re planning to do a number of US trainings. Keep an eye on this space for updates. Also, dedicated on-site training options are available.
Amsterdam, October 13 and 14: 2 day training
This training session will take place on October 13 and 14 in down town Amsterdam. It will be given by Suricata lead developer Victor Julien, and OISF president and Emerging Threats CTO Matt Jonkman. Also in the room: master rule writer William Metcalf.
You can register through eventbrite here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/suricata-training-event-tickets-13264631871
This event is generously hosted by our friends from Intelworks.
Luxembourg, October 20: 1 day workshop
This workshop will take place on October 20 in the conference hotel of the excellent Hack.lu conference. It will be given by Suricata lead developer Victor Julien, Suricata developer Eric Leblond and Suricata expert Peter Manev.
This event is generously hosted by our friends from Hack.lu. You can register through eventbrite here:
A registration / ticket for the Hack.lu conference is NOT required for this event. Of course, we do highly recommend the conference!
DeepSec - Vienna, November 18 and 19: 2 day training event
This training session will take place on November 18 and 19 at the DeepSec conference. It will be given by Victor Julien, Eric Leblond, Peter Manev and Matt Jonkman.
The event is part of the DeepSec conference, so registrations/bookings go through: https://deepsec.net/register.html
See also http://blog.deepsec.net/?p=1893