Our experts run DNS and IPv6 training courses to help you master and secure these vital resources within your information system. The goal: meet your needs and help you achieve operational excellence.
Are you a domain name professional, system or network administrator, CIO or deputy CIO?
As a .fr registrar for over 20 years and a technical registry operator, we bring you the state of the art of the latest technical knowledge in the field of DNS and registry services. Thanks to our training, become autonomous on two essential naming and addressing infrastructures.
Our trainers are based on concrete and practical cases of DNS and IPv6 service infrastructure optimization.
Training sessions can take place face-to-face, at our premises or that of a partner, within your company or remotely.
Our modules are à la carte, according to your expectations, to best meet your problems and challenges.
Afnic has been granted QUALIOPI® certification for training activities.
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95% globalsatisfaction rate in 2021 and 2022
100% of trainees satisfied or very satisfied
100% of employees consider learning and employee evolution targets are reached
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2 days | Target audience: IP consultants, lawyers, IP Legal experts with major groups, registrars, professionals intermediating between Afnic and a victim and other professionals in charge of advising and supporting their clients in protecting and defending their rights on the subject.
This course provides the knowledge base needed to master the legal context of domain names (of any TLD but particularly .fr.), as well as the most appropriate solutions for identifying, preventing and putting a stop to these various kinds of abuse.
2 days | Target audience: Professionals and future professionals in the domain name industry
The DNS – Domain Name System – is a distributed database that converts domain names to IP addresses and other technical information. Discover the issues, functioning, actors and main operations associated with the domain name business.
2 days | Target audience: Registrars, DNS hosts, professionals of security and the DNS
Implementing DNSSEC enables you to secure your DNS infrastructure, which is vital to the internet services of any public or private organisation. Learn how to put this technology in place and protect yourself against any problems that might penalise your activities.
2 days | Target audience: Email administration, IT security, IT support and DNS professionals
Email is currently a medium much favoured by scammers: spam, phishing and various other scams. DKIM, DMARC and SPF are three sender authentication techniques currently found in the toolbox of organisations seeking to combat these forms of online abuse.
2 days | Target audience: DNS Administrators, System and Network Administrators, CIOs, deputy CIOs
Many organisations have been seeing certain Internet services become inaccessible on account of problems linked to their DNS hosting. Having skilled administation is essential to maintain a comprehensive, high-quality DNS service, whether it is hosted in-house or entrusted to a hosting service provider.
2 days | Target audience: Anyone in charge of a portfolio of domain names (technically or professionally) in a Key Accounts structure
A portfolio of domain names is an invaluable asset for an organisation. And yet in many cases it is the result of several decades of acquisitions carried out haphazardly, with no unified standards and with no one in charge. The risks entailed by this scattered approach are numerous: uncontrolled costs, poor online brand protection, endangering the information system, damage to the brand image, etc.
2 days | System and network administrators, CIOs and deputy CIOs
The old version of the Internet Protocol, IPv4, has been such a success that we are now faced with a shortage of available addresses. This has the effect of heavily penalising new entrants as well as other players who no longer have enough IPv4 addresses. Maintaining IPv4 is also proving more and more costly for businesses.