Course results are now up; see below.
The course will be arranged virtually - that is, with virtual lectures and meetings.
The course consists of a preliminary assignment, five lecture days in April and May, three group assignments (one of which is a case study project) and two individual assignments. Attending all the lecture days (for the whole time!) is mandatory; one absence is permitted if the reason is very good. All assignments are mandatory as well, and deadlines must be met! Group members will also grade each other, and this may have an effect on the overall grading as well.
The course is graded pass/fail.
This is a very high-level course; there are other courses that are much more technical. Some of these include:
|CS-E4160||Laboratory Works in Networking and Security|
|CS-E4310||Mobile Systems Security|
|CS-E4320||Cryptography and Data Security|
|CS-E4330||Special course on information security|
|ELEC-E7330||Laboratory Course in Internet Technologies|
NB: All texts you submit must be written by you (in the case of group exercises, your group) in their entirety. Quotations are okay, as long as they are clearly marked as such.
Hand in all personal and group assignments as PDF files (slide shows can be Keynote or PowerPoint files as well).
The responsible teacher for this course is Professor Jarno Limnéll. The course assistant is Juho Kaivosoja.
The schedules for the lecture days can be found in their own sections (in the menu on the left). Link to the virtual lectures can be found below - note that you need to be logged in and enrolled to see it.
Follow the news about the field of cybersecurity in media (TV, newspapers, magazines, websites, reports) for the beginning of the year 2022. Write a three-page essay analysing cyber warfare in Ukraine. How has war been waged in the cyber world? What's noteworthy about it? Prepare also a short presentation (a slide show as either a PDF, Keynote or a PowerPoint file) and be ready to present it during the first lecture on April 19th.
Hand in two files; the essay as a PDF and the presentation.NB! Deadline April 19th at 9 am.