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Results of Tender procedure in Ukraine

The procedure of opening Commercial proposals took place on 1 March 2017in Kharkiv National University of Radio Electronics (Kharkiv, Ukraine). The procedure was divided into two phases – the phase of Commercial proposition opening and the phrase Commercial proposals evaluation. Three Commercial proposals from Companies were received during the tender […]

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Open lecture within the EGENSEC project in Kharkiv National University of Radio Electronics

Anders Carlsson, general manager of TEMPUS project ENGENSEC, and Alexander Adamov, the lead developer of “Malware analyses” course, organized the open lecture for students within the course “Computer viruses and countermeasure”(KhNURE, Kharkiv). Anders Carlsson together with Alexander Adamov narrated about the modern cyber threats and attacks and presented the main […]


Tendering committee meeting

Tendering committee meeting will take place on 1 March 2017 in Kharkiv National University of Radio Electronics (Kharkiv, Ukraine). PARTICIPANTS of the tendering committee: the head of Tender committee – Anders Carlsson, general manager of TEMPUS project ENGENSEC, the members of the tendering committee – Ukrainian coordinator Arkadii Snihurov (KhNURE); […]


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Tender Procedure Ukraine

Tendering Process for TEMPUS ENGENSEC project 544455-tempus-1-2013-1-se-tempus-jpcr  Background The EU ENGENSEC project (http://engensec.eu/) aims at development and implementations courses of future Master Programs in Cyber Security. The project is managed and coordinated by Blekinge Institute of Technology (BTH). On 2016-09-26 EACEA extended the eligibility period of the project by twelve months, […]


Educational collaboration within Tempus Project ENGENSEC

IT-security researcher from BTH and general manager of Tempus project ENGENSEC, Anders Carlsson, and leaders from Ukrainian and Russian university-partners had performed a great work – initiated a close collaboration between nine technical universities to build up an international master’s programme in IT security. Today such ENGENSEC courses as “Malware […]

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Extension of eligibility period

It is officially announced about the eligibility period extension of ENGENSEC project. The letter from Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency (Erasmus+) contains next: “Based on the reasons provided, we can agree to extend the eligibility period of the project by twelve months until 30 November, 2017. Please note that […]


ENGENSEC presentation on OpenStack MeetUp Spb

OpenStack MeetUp Spb took place on 24 November 2016 in Saint Petersburg State University of Telecommunications (Saint-Petersburg, Russia). It was a meetup of Russian group of OpenStack projects developers. Participants discussed OpenStack Foundation ecosystem, history and current status of the project. The development and implementation of Cloud DC, Cloud in […]

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ENGENSEC presentation on IM&CTCPA 2016

  The ENGENSEC project was presented during the Second international scientific school “Incident management and countering targeted cyber-physical attacks in distributed large-scale critical systems” (IM&CTCPA 2016). The event took place in St. Petersburg, Russia. The host is St. Petersburg Institute for Informatics and Automation of the Russian Academy of Sciences […]


Consortium meeting in Kharkiv, Ukraine

The ENGENSEC consortium meeting will take place on 6-8 September in Kharkiv, Ukraine. The host is Kharkiv  National University of Radio Electronics. There are such important topics in the meeting agenda as: Evaluation of Summer schools 2016 including a discussion of an additional Summer school in 2017; Summary of status of project modules; […]

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The IT Security Summer School of ENGENSEC project is completed successfully

The IT Security Summer School of ENGENSEC project is completed successfully in Saint Petersburg, Russia. The closing ceremony was on Friday, 28 July in Bonch-Bruevich Saint – Petersburg State University of Telecommunications. Anders Carlsson (general manager of the ENGENSEC project), Igor Ushakov (Advanced Network and Cloud Security course developer), Irina […]