The Summer School organized by the EU ENGENSEC project has been started!

The Summer School for Master’s degree students in IT security areas organized by the EU ENGENSEC project has been started! The IT security Summer School united the best students from Blekinge Institute of Technology (Karlskrona, Sweden), Wroclaw University of Technology (Wroclaw, Poland), Lviv Polytechnic National University (Lviv, Ukraine), Kharkiv National […]

Digital Forensic Work Meeting (May 2016)

From the 23rd till 25th of May, a work meeting of the Digital Forensic Team took place in the Bundeskriminalamt Wiesbaden, Germany. The team was presented by the following attendees: Benjamin Dorsch, course module leader (BKA, Germany), Andrey Chechulin (SPIIRAS, Russia), Andreas Kuehn (BKA, Germany), Victor Voelzow (Hessen State Police […]

Remote Security Laboratory group meeting in Blekinge Institute of Technology (25-27 April, 2016)

The meeting of a Remote Security Laboratory (ReSeLa) group took place on 25-27 April, 2016 in Blekinge Institute of Technology (Karlskrona, Sweden). The main meeting focus was a development and modification of ReSeLa – the ReSela+ version. Analysis of functional features of ReSeLa, overview the modified realization ReSeLa+, the way […]

The ENGENSEC teacher training in St. Petersburg, Russia (April, 2016)

The ENGENSEC teacher training took place on 5 –7 April, 2016 in St. Petersburg State University of Telecommunication (SUT), Russia. The participants were representatives of Swedish (BTH), Ukrainian (KhNURE, SUT, LPNU) and Russian (SUT,YSU, KSTU) universities. There were guests from ENGENSEC partners: The German Federal Criminal Police Office (Wiesbaden, Germany), Training […]

Remote security laboratory group meeting

The meeting of a remote security laboratory (resela) group took place on 21-24 March, 2016 in Blekinge Institute of Technology (BTH) (Karlskrona, Sweden). The resela group was presented by Artem Shvidkii (Saint Petersburg State University of Telecommunications), Stepan Voytusik (Lviv Polytechnic National University) and BTH representatives. As a meeting result […]

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 […]

ENGENSEC meeting in Germany. Teacher trainings: Digital Forensic and Web security.

Teacher trainings for the Digital Forensic and Web security courses were organized for the teachers of partner universities. The event took place in Budenheim, Germany on 14 – 18 December. The German Federal Criminal Police (BKA) hosted the trainings on the basis of the training center “Schloß Waldthausen”.  The representatives […]

Webinars for creating an amazing lectures

The ENGENSEC course developers had a possibility to learn more about the modern interactive technologies and data visualization. Three special webinars were organized by Iryna Sokolianska (BTH, Sweden) on 1-3 December, 2015. Everybody was invited to take part in it. One of the main goals of teaching is to motivate students […]

The IT Academy workshop: Network security and advanced malware

The IT Academy workshop took place in Saint Petersburg State University of Telecommunications on 6 November 2015. The topiс of this meeting was “Network security and advanced malware”. The main idea of the workshop is to share IT security experience with everybody who really wants to get it! The entrance […]

Digital Forensics leсtures and labs for students in Saint Petersburg

Anders Carlsson, ENGENSEC general project manager, was invited to give lectures in Saint Petersburg State University of Telecommunications (SUT) in Russia. He and his coleague Andrey Chechulin from SPIIRAS taught students on the week from 2 to 7 of November 2015. The topic for lectures and labs was Digital Forensics as […]