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Objectives and contents:
This is a general course introducing to the methods of science and research. The goal is to teach students the fundamental notions and concepts underlying scientific and technological research, with a focus on Information and Communication Technology.
This course is divided in two modules of equivalent length and complexity.
The first module consists of a series of introductory lectures on the following topics:
We will have our next Webex seminar on Wednesday 5th of April.
The speakers will be:
- Davide Ferraris (UMA)-Metrics for Trust in the Internet of Things
- Martin Kolar (UMA)- Trustworthy Information Exchange
Our next Webex seminar will be held on Wednesday the 1st of March at 15:00 CET. As last time, two speakers will be giving talks.
The speakers of this seminar will be:
- Oleksii Osliak (CNR): “Dynamic Threat assessment and prediction”
- Wagner Medeiros dos Santos (UNITN): "Risks metrics for vulnerabilities”
The University of Kent provided 4 hours of lectures and a workshop, all on the topic of Privacy.
Just like the evil market of Cybercrime, Digital Forensic is a fast-growing field with a significant demand both for skilled professionals and smart researchers.
Whether we consider “traditional” crime or information security breaches, stalking or cyber attacks, we note that culprits leave behind a huge amount of digital traces, frequently much more digital than physical traces. Following those traces and turning them into court evidence is the business of digital investigators and forensic scientists.
The European Network for Cybersecurity (NECS) was formed in response to the increased need of highly qualified experts. It addresses the issues of training and development of talented junior researchers as indicated in the European Cyber-security strategy and highlighted in the EC’s Digital Agenda.
This course introduces the students to general issues of ethics and professionalism as they apply in a cyber security context, as well as the main relevant laws at European level, including data protection (GDPR) and the NIS directive.
We will have our next Webex seminar on Wednesday 1st of February.
The speakers will be:
- Sandeep Gupta (UNITN)- Attack vectors and cyber threats- A study
- Ganbayar Uuganbayar (CNR)- Risk assessment for cyber-insurance