You are invited to Join Summer Schools in Master courses in IT security areas organized by the EU ENGENSEC project (http://engensec.eu/about-the-project/).
The ENGENSEC Summer School 2017 will take place from 17 July to 28 July 2017 in Lviv National Polytechnic University.
Report about Summer School 2017 here.
The course is aimed to provide students with the skills of real-world cases investigation by various aspects of digital forensic, penetration testing, malware analysis, and secure programming. Nowadays analysis in fields of security requires a special knowledge in both theoretical and practical areas of operating systems architecture, security software, network services, hardware analysis, etc. The presence of such kind of experience will help the students in their future life not only if they work in digital, system and network security area, but also for preventing the traces from unpremeditated damage for their further analysis by forensic specialists.
Guest teachers from university partners of ENGENSEC will give lectures on the courses:
- Digital forensic.
- Penetration testing.
- Malware analyses.
- Software Security.
At the end of the Summer School, successful student will
- types of cyber attacks, know their history explain and exemplify the behavior of malware used in the attacks,
- security architectures in operating systems and antivirus technologies,
- common terms in ethical hacking: vulnerability, exploit, payload, zero-day, penetration testing methodology,
- how to use vulnerability scanner and exploit common vulnerabilities, perform online and offline password attacks,
- how to analyze working and non-working operation systems,
- what are the artifacts that can be examined and how digital forensic evidence can be sought,
- common errors in programming that lead to security vulnerabilities
- the importance of proper software design to maintain integrity and immunity to security attacks
Have the ability to:
- use tools for penetration testing, digital forensic and malware analysis,
- perform static and dynamic analysis of Windows/Android malware,
- collect forensic evidence from operating systems and network traffic,
- prepare a report with findings and recommendations,
- recognize and avoid security traps when developing software
The official language of the summer schools including teaching is English.
Participation in the schools is free of costs. The ENGENSEC Project will cover costs of stay and travel costs.
Each university that is the official partner of the ENGENSEC project can assign students to one of the summer schools according to the own quota that meet the requirement criteria.
Quotas for universities
|University-partner||Amount of Students|
|Blekinge Institute of Technology (Karlskrona, Sweden)||4 students|
|Wroclaw University of Technology (Wroclaw, Poland)||3 students|
|Kharkiv National University of Radio Electronics (Kharkiv, Ukraine)||4 students|
|Lviv Polytechnic National University (Lviv, Ukraine)||4 students|
|State University of Telecommunication (Kyiv, Ukraine)||3 students|
|P.G. Demidov Yaroslavl State University (Yaroslavl, Russia)||2 students|
Students are eligible to apply to the summer schools provided that he/she meets the criteria:
- The home university if official partner of ENGENSEC
- Is Master or Bachelor student in IT security areas and has sufficient pre-knowledge and skills in the IT security area according to the syllabuses of the courses
- Has the proper skill in English to be able to listen to lectures and communicate with teachers and other students (i.e., at least B2 level).
Students that enroll in the course should have:
- Basic knowledge of OS, DBMS, Web-servers, Web-technologies.
- Basic Linux/windows architecture and administration.
- At least basic knowledge of communication protocols: IP/TCP/UDP/FTP/HTTP.
- Preliminary experience in programming (ASM IA32/ARM, C/C++, and Python).
Download the general rules of summer school Preventing and detecting threats in IT systems – ENGENSEC Summer School 2017
Students who want to take part in one of the summer schools and meet the selection criteria should send filled application from with teacher’s recommendation to the person responsible for IT security summer school in his/her university. Deadline for application submitting is 20 April 2017 for all of the universities.
Download the application form.
The process of participant´s selection is required to be fair, transparent, and documented ensuring equal opportunities for participants.
General manager: Anders Carlsson, Blekinge Institute of Technology (Karlskrona, Sweden), anders.carlsson#bth.se.
Coordinator for UA partners: Arkadii Snihurov, Kharkiv National University of Radio Electronics (Kharkiv, Ukraine), firstname.lastname@example.org
Coordinator for RU partners: Marina Borisova, P.G. Demidov Yaroslavl State University (Yaroslavl, Russia), marinafon#yandex.ru
|Blekinge Institute of Technology (Karlskrona, Sweden)||Anders Carlsson, anders.carlsson#bth.se.|
|Wroclav University of Technology (Wroclaw, Poland)||Tomasz Surmacz, tsurmacz#ict.pwr.wroc.pl|
|Kharkiv National University of Radio Electronics (Kharkiv, Ukraine)||Arkadii Snihurov, arkadii.snihurov#nure.ua|
|State University of Information and Communication Technologies (Kyiv, Ukraine)||Lukova-Chuiko Nataliya Viktorivna, lukova#ukr.net|
|Lviv Polytechnic National University (Lviv, Ukraine)||Yuriy Lakh, julakh#polynet.lviv.ua|
|P.G. Demidov Yaroslavl State University (Yaroslavl, Russia)||Marina Borisova, marinafon#yandex.ru|