Updated at: Dec 03, 2020
Cyber Security Winter School 2020
December 8-12, 2020
This year the Winter School will focus on cybersecurity in the transportation sector, especially on the automotive sector. Incidents and attacks in this sector can be widespread, affect large numbers of people and have serious consequences. As a result of technological developments, the sector is moving towards digitalisation and automation - self-driving cars, autonomous ships, drones, etc. Therefore, raising awareness and increasing cooperation and mutual understanding between transportation and cybersecurity experts are particularly important.
Security Summer School has traditionally been a hands-on event with students closely working together with
mentors on solving problems in cybersecurity. Many events in 2020 have made
extensive changes and developed online formats. As the year continues
to be difficult and challenging for event organisers, restrictions on
gatherings and travel continue to be imposed, so in order not to put anyone’s
health at risk we have decided not to move forward with the traditional
concept of on-site event.
Nevertheless, we have good news! The event will be held online and we create a new and exciting concept making a remote participation possible.
So, why attend? The programme will include:
- OSINT exercise carried out in collaboration with transport organisations
- Automotive CTF competition hosted by Cyber Talents
- Tabletop exercise
- Hacking the TalTech Iseauto
- Talks by representatives of transport companies
- Prizes for the winners
- Option to earn 3 ECTS credit points
You can attend from anywhere, just be online!
The event will be held online. All necessary details will be sent to the participants before the event.
The confirmed speakers and mentors to include:
Kristi Ainen, Tallinn University of Technology, Estonia
Application deadline 30 November 2020
Dan Heering, Tallinn University of Technology, Estonia
Kieren Lovell, Tallinn University of Technology, Estonia
Ehsan Malayjerdi, Tallinn University of Technology, Estonia
Sten Mäses, Tallinn University of Technology, Estonia
Andrew Roberts, Tallinn University of Technology, Estonia
Raivo Sell, Tallinn University of Technology, Estonia
Matthew Sorell, University of Adelaide, Australia
The list to be updated
Master and PhD students, researchers, domain experts
The course will include talks, OSINT and tabletop exercises, online CTF competition, working in small groups of participants.
Applying to the Winter School is closed.
Acceptation letters 3 December 2020
FREE for students, researchers, scholars, academia200 EUR (excl. VAT) for all others
More details HERE
Check out the detailed programme HERE There is an option to receive 3 ECTS credit points for completing the Winter School when participating the full programme and after the event submitting a written report. More information HERE
Events and collaborationThe Cyber Security Winter School is organised in conjunction with the 6th Interdisciplinary Cyber Research (ICR) conference to be held in online on 7th of December 2020 online. For more information please visit the conference site.
In Estonia, self-driving vehicles are a reality and in TalTech, research and development for self-driving cars and the smart city environment is here now. The Winter School will be held in collaboration with TalTech Iseauto team, the research group working on the development and implementation of self-driving vehicles and autonomous systems.
The Cyber Security Winter School 2020 is organised by Tallinn University of Technology (Estonia) in collaboration with the University of Tartu (Estonia) and Ravensburg-Weingarten University of Applied Sciences (Germany). The Winter School is supported by Estonian Ministry of Education and Research through IT Academy programme.
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