IBM CCA class
The IBM CCA class is covering the IBM Common Cryptographic Architecture with its design and how to use it from a system and application programmers perspective. The class is a designed with theory and practical exercises done with the IBM 4765 cryptographic adapter. The IBM system z (mainframe) related components can be covered as an add-on to the standard class. The class can be held onsite a the client side or at premises arranged by IBM. A normal class is a full week.
IBM DKMS class
The IBM DKMS class is covering the IBM DKMS Key Management system Architecture with its major components being the central DKMS client application with the graphical user interface, business application interface modules (like EMV Issuer and Acquirer business modules) and modules supporting workflow and auditing. The DKMS class can be customized to the actual needs but it will normally be a "basic key management" class for new comers and one or more "advanced key management" classes. All classes are with hands-on experience as a central part. The "basic" class is 4 days and the "advanced" classes 2-4 days. The classes can be held onsite a the client side or at premises arranged by IBM.
IBM Crypto Workshop
The IBM crypto workshop is a training course in applied cryptography with focus on the use of the various IBM products in order to set up a secure environment for the operation of secure business.