The international Crisis Management workshop CriM gathers teachers, researchers, experts and students of cybersecurity annually to study pressing issues of security and privacy of our digital systems. Respected international and finnish lecturers combined with practical workshops each day bring important insights of the current world to students interested in cybersecurity.
In the 2019 edition of the workshop, the event focuses on changing critical infrastructure and ways to develop more efficient measurements of security with the aid of machine learning in an increasingly interconnected world: We inspect how legislative regulations like GDPR can impact to digital service providing and their security now that the finnish data-protection laws have been established. We take a closer look on popularity gaining technologies security such as 5G and Cloud. We also talk about adapting more efficient defence mechanisms for current threats, like trusted systems adaptation to cloud and game-theory's adaptations to security like evaluating obscure threats with their probability distributions.
In addition to lectures, students also get to test their skills in practical workshops organized each day: The students get to put on their own CSI-goggles in a workshop showcasing provenance-data generated at kernel-level with Linux Security Models in order to enhance credibility of digital evidence. Also the CinCan project is presented in a workshop focusing on automation of analysis pipelines. Currently VTT is also planning on a workshop where student's get to create their own cryptocoin.
Last updated: 10.9.2019