Each Nokia certification has available instructor-led training that provides significant hands-on lab training to ensure you develop the required technical skills, while also preparing you for relevant exams. Courses are not required to take certification exams but are recommended.
What is PTID certification?
PTID is your Personnel Training Identification Number. A PTID is a unique and mandatory identifier assigned to each individual technician registered in the Nokia supplier database. If you do not have a PTID prior to signing up for training you will be assigned one upon registration.
How can I get Nokia certified?
Nokia exams come in two formats: written and practical lab exams. Written exams are administered by our test delivery partner, Pearson Vue, and practical lab exams are available at select Nokia facilities worldwide. Test your skills and set yourself apart while working towards an industry-recognized certification.
What is used to store and distribute a public key?
A public key infrastructure (PKI) is a system for the creation, storage, and distribution of digital certificates which are used to verify that a particular public key belongs to a certain entity.
What is PKI security?
Public key infrastructure (PKI) governs the issuance of digital certificates to protect sensitive data, provide unique digital identities for users, devices and applications and secure end-to-end communications.
What is PKI in cyber security?
Answer: Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) is the combination of software, encryption technologies, and services that enables entities to protect the security of their communications and business transactions on networks.
What are the 4 methods of public key distribution?
The public key can be distributed in four ways:
- Public announcement.
- Publicly available directory.
- Public-key authority.
- Public-key certificates.