Two groups of the course modules developers had the work meeting on9-12 February in Wiesbaden, Germany. The Schloß Waldhausen by the The German Federal Criminal Police Office hosted this meeting.
The “Digital forensic” group 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 Academy, Germany), Cemil Yesil (Hessen police, Germany). The “Secure software” group was presented by Ievgen Duravkin, course module leader (KHNURE/Ukraine), and Tomasz Surmacz (WrUT/Poland). Also the project coordinator Anders Carlsson (BTH, Sweden) participated in this meeting.
The first day of the meeting began with presentation about activities and objectives of the ENGENSEC project from Anders Carlsson. The rest of the day and the following days were spent in participatory sessions within the groups of developers discussing the features and structure requirements of their courses and how they could be developed. As the result of the meeting, the course documents templates and “Digital forensic” course topics and timelines were uploaded to the project repository.
On 16 – 19 February the meeting of the “Remote security Lab” group took place in Karlskrona, Sweden. The meeting participants were Leo Truksans, course module leader (UOL, Latvia), Liubov Demchenko (KHNURE, Ukraine), Vida Ahmadi (BTH, Sweden), Martins Balodis (UOL, Latvia). “Remote security Lab” team shared their work results with each other and made necessary updates to the development process.