CriM 2018 Cyber Security Seminar and Workshops

Wednesday, October 31, 2018 to Friday, November 2, 2018

The international Crisis Management workshop CriM gathers teachers, researchers, experts and students of cyber security annually to study issues of security and privacy of our digital systems. Top international and finnish lecturers combined with practical workshops bring important insight to students participating in the seminar.

In the 2018 edition of the workshop, critical infrastructure and cybercrime will take the spotlight of the seminar: the resilience and security of our critical system, coupled with reporting and forensics systems and both the activity and changing form of cyber crime cover a significant part of the lecture series. Additionally, the workshop looks on GDPR, on cryptographical solutions and at implications of different scoring systems in a digital society. For the first time, the seminar also contains a CTF competition, which permits the participating students to work on and practice their skills in testing information systems.

Registration LINK (deadline 26 October 2018)

Seminar fee 100 € incl. lunches

Students fee 0 €

 

Program

(DOWNLOAD PROGRAM AS PDF FROM THE LINK BELOW)

 

Wednesday 31.10.2018

Lecures, room IT115

8.30 Welcome coffee

 

9– 10 Prof. Gerald Quirchmayr

GDPR & NIS: Impacts since May 2018

 

10– 11 Prof. Sokratis Katsikas

Critical Infrastructures Security & Resilience

 

11– 12 Dr. Ian Oliver

Cyber security Economics: Game Theory and Attacker Behaviour

 

Workshops, MA336 & MA337

13 – 14 Dipl.Eng. Juhani Eronen, NCSC-FI

Introduction to digital forensics – what is CSI: Cyber in real life

 

14 – 16 M.Eng. Jani Tuovila (Synopsys)

Capture the Flag (CTF)-competitions CriM 2018 CTF Challenge

 

NETWORKING EVENT

 

Thursday 1.11.2018

Lecures, room IT115

9– 10  Prof. Steve Furnell

Cybercrime: Are we keeping up?

 

10– 11 Prof. Stewart Kowalski

Cyber Security Incident Reporting Frameworks : A Socio-technical Approach.


11 – 12 Juha Haaga, Arctic Security

Organised Cyber Defense  - Adversaries are organized,why aren't you?

 

13 – 16 Dr. Thomas Schaberreiter, Dipl.Eng. Veronika Kupfersberger

Privacy, Reputation and Trust: Implications of Scoring Systems

 

SEMINAR DINNER AND SAUNA

 

Friday 2.11.2018

Lecures, room IT115

9 – 10 Dr Marko Helenius

Should we care about users when building security?

 

10 – 11 Dr. Kimmo Halunen

Measuring cryptography

 

11 – 12 M.Eng. Jani Tuovila

CriM 2018 CTF Challenge Results

 

Workshops, MA336 & MA337

13 – 16 M.Sc. Ludwig Engelbrecht

Digital Forensics in Enterprises – conducting a Mobile Forensic Investigation

 

 

 

 

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University of Oulu IT 115

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Last updated: 5.11.2018