Partner training

Certified Smart card Security Expert

Certified Smart Card Security Expert (CSSE) is a hands-on training course in practical integration of PKI and smart cards. The course is aimed at programmers and other technical experts employed at our integration, technology, and certificate authority partner companies who will be responsible for smart card and PKI projects.

CSSE provides hands-on training in the Net iD product family, architecture, and the best ways to install and configure an optimal smart card solution in the Windows environment. Participants will also learn about the most suitable architecture choices for different situations.

henrikdahlstrom

This is one of the better courses I’ve attended. The instructor was experienced and competent, and the computer environment was prepared and updated. We could directly focus on integration.

Henrik Dahlström

Atea Gothenburg

Net iD Certified Smart Card Security Expert is divided into two different sessions: the first day consists of a basic CA course for participants who need basic training in Microsoft CA. The second course, directly following the first, is a three-day certification course in CSSE Net iD.

Course contents:

  • Microsoft CA (Advanced)
  • Installation and configuration of Net iD Enterprise and Net iD Portal.
  • Net iD and smart cards in the Citrix environment
  • Net iD with thin clients
  • Net iD with session roaming, SSO (single sign-on) and other features
  • Net iD for SITHS (smart cards for municipal and county administrations)
  • SecMaker Start-Up Packages
  • Different types of smart cards and card readers

Comprehensive course materials and a full demo package with card, card reader and Net iD software are included in the course fee.

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Smart card-based security – an overview

For project managers and executives who would like to learn more about the possibilities of smart card-based security, we offer a general overview course. The initial overview can be customized in many respects to participant’s wishes and the unique requirements of the organization.