Due to changes in the virological situation in Finland, wearing of a mask is required during CriM.
The international Crisis Management workshop CriM gathers the 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 the important insights of the current world to students interested in cybersecurity.
- For students at a Finnish university: Via WebOodi "521252S, Special Course in Information Technology 4 - International Crisis Management (CriM)", 5 ECTS cr
- For external particpants with
- a commercial background: Lyyti
- an academic background: send an email to
Participation includes lunch tickets and the social event on Wednesday.
This year's CriM (Crisis Management) seminar theme is "Preparing for national-level cyber crisis". Government-sponsored cyber attacks have become more common and they have also targeted critical infrastructure. There have been cases where ransomware has impacted the electric grid and healthcare. Preparedness of critical infrastructure has become a part of national security.
The purpose of the seminar is to explain the forces behind the cyber threat situation and how to protect the critical infrastructure. The program is built on current expert presentations and practical workshops. The morning sessions consist of presentations of e.g. technologies for prevention, mitigation and investigation of incidents. In the afternoons workshops the participants perform hands-on work on the related technologies. During the seminar there is a Capture The Flag competition, where interested participants can work in groups to solve security challenges with varying levels of difficulty.
CTF link: https://crim-ctf.rahtiapp.fi/
Crisis Management (CriM) 2021, from 9th to 11th of November, University of Oulu, Linnanmaa, Oulu, Finland. Participation is free for academic researchers and students, 100€ fee for other participants.
Contact: Rauli Kaksonen, e-mail: rauli.kaksonen at oulu.fi.
Last updated: 9.11.2021