Center for Cyber and Information Security
Centre for Cyber and Information Security (NTNU CCIS) is a national centre for research, education and competence development within the area of cyber and information security. NTNU CCIS is a public-private partnership with 26 private and public partners from industry, academia, privacy, and security. NTNU CCIS will
- increase Norway's cyber security capacity to meet our long-term security challenges
- develop cyber security competence in Norwegian agencies, companies, and academia
- be a professional support for our government in international discussions and commitments
by bridging the information and cyber security knowledge gap in the society.
The center is supported by the Ministry of Justice and Public Security and the Ministry of Health and Care Services and is hosted and administrated by NTNUs Department of Information Security and Communication Technology (IIK). NTNU CCIS is member of the European Cyber Security Organization (ECSO).
Knowledge to secure our society
CCIS is set to become a leading academic research and education community for cyber and information security in Europe. Through collaboration and partnerships between academia and the public and private sectors, CCIS will be a high-profile national resource and a catalyst for international cooperation.
Scientific Advisory Board
- Patrick Bours (professor)
- Geir Olav Dyrkolbotn (associate professor)
- Stewart Kowalski (professor)
- Katrin Franke (professor)
- Sokratis Katsikas (proessor)
- Bian Yang (associate professor)
Board of Directors
- Geir Egil Dahle Øien, NTNU – Chairman of the Board
- Mona Strøm Arnøy, Norwegian National Security Authority – Deputy Chairman of the Board
- Hanne Tangen Nilsen, Telenor
- Kristin Kvigne, Police Directorate
- Ivar Kjærem, Norwegian Cyber Defense
- Ingeborg Dårflot, Statkraft
- Tor Tanke Holm, Norwegian Police University College
- Tønnes Ingebrigtsen, mnemonic
- Erik Hjelmås, NTNU IIK
Research and Education
NTNU CCIS research focus lies within:
- Critical Infrastructures Security and Resilience
- Cyber Defence
- Digital Forensics
- e-Health and Welfare Security
- Information Security Management.
Relevant educations by partners in NTNU CCIS:
- Ph.D. in Information Security (NTNU)
- Ph.D. in Telematics (NTNU)
- 5yrs MSc in Communication Technology (NTNU)
- 2yrs MSc in Infomation Security (NTNU)
- 2yrs MSc in Communication Technology (NTNU)
- 2yrs Erasmus Mundus MSc Security in Cloud Computing (Aalto, DTU, Eurecom, KTH, NTNU, UT)
- 1.5yrs Experence Based Master in Information Security (NTNU/PHS)
- 3yrs BSc in Telematics (FIH)
- 3yrs BSc in IT Operations and Information Security (NTNU).
In addition COINS Research School of Computer and Information Security is hosted by NTNU IIK.