Best Practices of RFC communication hardening

Learn how to increase the protection level of the RFC protocol.

The remote function call protocol (RFC) is the protocol of choice for many system-to-system communication scenarios. Hardening RFC communication requires knowledge about different encryption and authentication constraints and protection capabilities on different protocol levels. You'll learn best practices to harden RFC-based communication using proper encryption for integrity, confidentiality, different authentication scenarios, whitelisting, and trust relations.

General Information

  • Each e-learning lasts 1 hour and costs one Kujambel Credit (or 100 Euro plus VAT)
  • all e-learnings are available regardless of the time of day and location
  • all e-learnings are available in the English language

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Access

  • Participants have an HTML5 capable browser (Chrome, Firefox, Edge) on their desktop operating system
  • The firewall of the computer or network firewall does not block outgoing connections to NO MONKEY domains

Infrastructure

  • The computer has at least downstream bandwidth of at least 3 MBit/s and upstream of 1 MBit/s

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