NARI Training

NARI’s training philosophy is to train as we operate. You will use industrial testbeds and live networks to respond to real-world scenarios. Our training opportunities can be tailored to meet your needs or challenges.  We can customize any of our training courses to best suit your needs, or develop a completely new training to achieve your objectives.

All NARI courses are taught on-site at our Omaha, Nebraska facility. All laptops, training materials, and other training aids are fully provided, leaving attendees free to concentrate on the material presented. All courses are instructor led and include a mix of hands-on and lecture/discussion style training.  For more information on any of our courses, to discuss training customization, or to ask about training at your facility or another location, contact us here

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Network Analysis

NARI’s Network Analysis Workshop is designed for anyone who wants to take a deeper look into what is happening on their network.  This one-day workshop will cover the basics of network structures, firewalls, operational technology, and information technology.  Students will use GrassMarlin and Wireshark software to delve into network traffic and really see what goes on behind the scenes.

 Class sizes; Minimum: 3

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Building Control System Incident Response

This two-day workshop builds on lessons learned in our Network Analysis Workshop.  Attendees will look at what makes up an operational technology (OT) network from the components in the building to the protocols which run them.  Topics include what happens during an attack, potential results and fallout from an attack, how to triage and defend against an attack, and more.  Students will build their own network TAP from a Raspberry Pi3 which they will take with them and for the final exercise of the class students will identify, and triage an active attack against a simulated building control system environment.  Participants are recommended to have basic network understanding and familiarity with the Wireshark software, these skills can be obtained through NARI’s Network Analysis Workshop.

Class sizes; Minimum: 3

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Hospital Control System Incident Response

This two-day workshop builds on lessons learned in our Network Analysis Workshop.  Attendees will look at what makes up an operational technology (OT) network from the components in the building to the protocols which run them.  The emphasis of this course is on hospitals and health care facilities but its content can be applied to many building control systems.  Topics include what happens during an attack, potential results and fallout from an attack, how to triage and defend against an attack, and more.  Students will build their own network TAP from a Raspberry Pi3 which they will take with them and for the final exercise of the class students will identify, and triage an active attack against a simulated building control system environment.  Participants are recommended to have basic network understanding and familiarity with the Wireshark software, these skills can be obtained through NARI’s Network Analysis Workshop.

Class sizes; Minimum: 3

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