Monthly Archives: January 2016

The new workshop from ENGENSEC IT Security Academy. Live hacking with David Jacoby from Kaspersky at BTH.

ENGENSEC IT Security Academy continues the series of open lectures and workshops for everybody who is interesting in the IT security area. The new IT Academy workshop took place in BTH (Karlskrona, Sweden) on 22 January, 2016. More than 60 students joined this workshop of ENGENSEC IT Security Academy. The […]


Video invitation to IT Summer School. You are invited to Join Summer Schools in Master courses in IT security areas organized by the EU ENGENSEC project in Lviv (Ukraine) and St. Petersburg (Russia)! Venue • Lviv Polytechnic National University, Ukraine, during June 27th to July 8th, 2016. • St. Petersburg […]

Security in cloud computing

Cloud computing is now more than a vision. It’s a reality that many IT security professionals are in the throes of dealing with today as they are faced with the responsibility of managing security in a cloud-based world. An increasingly important aspect is securing the usage of cloud apps, the […]

Rules of War for Cyberspace

The idea of a “Cyber Geneva Convention” has gained steam in the last five years. Based on the original Geneva Convention, which dates back to 1864, it would ensure that certain types of attacks, as well as specific targets, would remain off-limits in a cyberwar. Creating Rules of War for […]