CriM is going to be held from Tuesday 10.11 to Thursday 12.11 at the University of Oulu but due to the COVID epidemic there is a possibility that the event will be held remotely if it is found to be necessary during those times.
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.
This year's CriM will be focusing on the NEXT GENERATION INTERNET and its challenges. These challenges can be divided into three categories: resilience, democracy & inclusiveness. Theme consists of ten challenges we face when creating internet which can be viewed as secure and usable for everyone. Speakers will also talk about cybersecurity issues and legislative problems but also projects around the world tackling these issues. Participants can expect a closer look into the world of cybersecurity and the problems we are facing but also hear about the technology behind everything.
In addition to lectures, students also get to test their skills in practical workshops organized each day. More information about the workshops and the final timetables will be given soon.
The students are also awarded 5 ECTS for participating and doing all the assigned tasks for each of the lectures and workshops. Students who, want these ECTS, should enrol to this seminar and to the course in WebOodi (Course code still pending). Links to the registration forms will be provided once they have been finalized.
Last updated: 30.6.2020