Protik Training Activities

October 17th, 2014

 Protik Innovation Center is currently providing Advanced ICT training topics in the Albanian market.

The center will offer to ICT professionals training in high demand that are innovative.

Protik will enable ICT experts to have access on such high level courses taught by certified foreign trainers from recognized regional companies, for instance: Softergee in Slovenia and ESI CEE in Bulgaria.


The center will organize the three first courses on the following timing:


1.       On 27- 31 October 2014 “Red Hat Administration I (RH124)” (5 days) will be held in collaboration with the well-known Slovenian company, Softergee, that will offers to participants the opportunity to enrich their know-how of the Linux system, through hands-on training approach.

The instructor’s name is Mr. Janez Trenz and the link to his official Red Hat verify page is

Both courses below are offered in collaboration with the well-known European Software Institute Center Eastern Europe (ESI CEE) in Bulgaria.

2.      On 4-5 November 2014 “Cyber Security and Business Resilience Tutorial(CERT-RMM)” (1.5 days) will present to ICT experts and Business Continuity professionals the new Resilience Management Model of CERT at the Software Engineering Institute (CERT/SEI, Carnegie Mellon University).

The course will be held by Dr. George Sharkov, the Director of ESI CEE and an expert on Artificial Intelligence (PhD), cyber security (research, training, and assessment) and ICT for SMEs (IT Mark instructor and appraiser). Nowadays, Mr. Sharkov is leading a research network in Cyber Defense and business resilience, member of the appraiser apprentice program on RMM (Resilience Management Model, CERT at SEI). He is leading a Program for modernization of Software Engineering Management education (SEMP) in partnership with Carnegie Mellon University and 6 Bulgarian universities.


3.      On 6 November 2014 “ Top 10 Web Threats” (1 day) is a technical course that describes the most significant and prevalent threats that Web applications developers’ face. Throughout this training, participants will learn the context behind the attacks, so that they can intuitively understand the real-life applications of exploitation. In the end, they will be able to assess their own organization's Web applications to find some of the most common and damaging Web application vulnerabilities today.

The accounted trainer is Mr. Yavor Papazov graduated in mathematics has received individual training on simulation of cyber attacks in CERT Coordination Center in Carnegie Mellon University, USA. Mr. Papazov has gained a number of prizes form international competitions in mathematics and informatics.