Ars Forensica Digital Workshop

Ars Forensica Digital Workshop

The Ars Forensica project invites you to attend our international digital workshop the 1st and 2nd of December 2020. Ars Forensica focuses on computational forensics for large-scale fraud detection, crime investigation and prevention. The project is funded by the Research Council of Norway (RCN) within the IKTPLUSS -program. 

When: 1st and 2nd of December 2020
Time: 10.00–15.10

Click here to register

The Ars Forensica project is led by the research group NTNU Digital Forensics, the Department of Information Security and Communication Technology.

The overall objective of Ars Forensica is to provide new knowledge that can significantly improve the prevention, preparedness, investigation and prosecution of incidents in ICT environments, without compromising privacy and the rule of law.

Topics adressed

Ars Forensica addresses topics related to the following:

  • Robust and secure (ICT) infrastructures and systems;
  • Privacy-preserving technologies, and
  • Interaction between technology, individuals and communities

Areas in focus

At this workshop you will get the latest news from our ongoing state-of-the research which includes presentations, demonstrations and discussions. The workshop will focus on 4 main areas:

  1. IDS/Malware detection/analysis
  2. Low level/storage
  3. Social network/ransomware analysis/cryptocurrencies
  4. Forensic quality assurance, Legal/regulatory aspects

 

For more information read the full programme (pdf): ARS Forensica Digital Workshop Program.pdf


NTNU CCIS will be present during Arendalsuka 2019

NTNU CCIS will be present during Arendalsuka 2019

Arendalsuka is where national politicians, businesses and organisations meet to discuss topics that concern us all. All events are open for all and free of charge. Since the event language is Norwegian, we here also present the program during our day, Wednesday August 14, in Norwegian:

Arendalsuka onsdag 14. august 2019. Program i Telenorteltet vedrørende cyber og digital sikkerhet (ved Telenor Maritim, Nygaten 4, inngang Vestre gate)

kl 0900-1000 Telenor programpost «Digitale trusler».

Paneldebatt med sikkerhetsdirektør Hanne Tangen-Nilsen, Telenor Norge, politidirektør Benedicte Bjørnland, Politidirektoratet, og generalmajor Inge Kampenes, Cyberforsvaret

 

10:30-10:45 Felles program BI og NTNU CCIS: Innledning ved ny styreleder i NTNU CCIS, dekan, professor Ingrid Schjølberg, NTNU.

 

10:45-11:20 «Cyberangrep. Hva kan vi lære av dem?»

Hva vi kan lære av cyberangrep og hvorfor vi bør lære av de, i tillegg til hvilke tiltak som bør på plass for å øke virksomheters kompetanse.

Paneldebatt med:

Bente Hoff, Avdelingsdirektør Nasjonalt cybersikkerhetssenter, NSM

Hanne Tangen-Nilsen, Sikkerhetsdirektør, Telenor Norge

Torgeir Waterhouse, Direktør internett og nye medier, IKT-Norge

Olav Skard Jørgensen, Avdelingsdirektør Nasjonalt Cyberkrimsenter (NC3), Kripos

Samtaleleder; Eirik Øwre Thorshaug, VP, Leder for myndighetskontakt og regulatorisk Skandinavia, Telenor ASA

 

11:20-11:30 Kort informasjon om samarbeid NTNU/BI                                                                                                                                                                 

Informasjon om Executive Masterutdanning i cyber sikkerhet for ledere

Ved Thomas Hoholm, førsteamanuensis, Institutt for strategi og entreprenørskap, Handelshøyskolen BI og

Nils Kalstad, instituttleder, Institutt for Informasjonssikkerhet og kommunikasjonsteknologi, NTNU og leder NTNU CCIS

 

Kl 11:30- 12:15: Lunsj ved NTNU CCIS 

 

Kl 12:15- 13:15: NTNU CCIS programpost: «Hvordan øve cybersikkerhet»

Innledninger og paneldiskusjon ved sikkerhetsdirektør Hanne Tangen-Nilsen, Telenor Norge og  ass. direktør Per Kr Brekke, DSB

 

Kl 1330-1430: NTNU CCIS programpost: «Om 5G  i helsesektoren. Desentralisert helsetjeneste og nødkommunikasjon som eksempler»

 ved innovasjonsrådgiver Egil Utheim, Sykehuset Innlandet HF og kommunalsjef helse og omsorg Iren Ramsøy, Sel kommune

              «Tilleggskommentarer om 5G og kritisk infrastruktur»

              ved Sjef Cyberforsvaret, generalmajor Inge Kampenes og professor NTNU CCIS, Sokratis Katsikas

 

Kl 15:00-16:30 Telenor og Røde Kors programpost: «Hvor langt inn i elevers mobiler strekker skolens ansvar seg?»

med en rekke paneldeltakere, bl.a. generalsekretæren i Norges Røde Kors..

 

(Vi tar forbehold om mindre justeringer av programmet denne dagen)

For more information, see:

https://arendalsuka.no/

26th of August: the Megagame of a Changed World at Lillehammer

26th of August: the Megagame of a Changed World at Lillehammer

A new world order is coming to Lillehammer during Sikkerhetsfestivalen 26 August 2019. IIK arranges a Megagame for students at NTNU in Gjøvik and other interested. 

This megagame is about a semi-fictional real world 16 years from now. In this game there are familiar and unfamiliar aspects of the global political situation, arising from shifts in the geopolitical landscape, the impact of technological innovation and the challenges arising from that, demographic changes and social and economic factors. 

NTNU facilitates the megagame in collaboration with Stone Paper Scissors https://www.stonepaperscissors.co.uk/

I need help from teachers and researchers to spread the word about the Megagame to our students. 

NTNU has invited bachelor students from Department of gaming education and Department of TV-education at IN together with our own students.

Time: 26th of August 2019, 0900 - 1600

Place: Eidsiva Arena (before: Kristins-hallen), Lillehammer

Registration: https://www.ntnu.no/machform/view.php?id=468569 Registration within 16th of August.

We search to provide cheap transport forth to and back from Lillehammer for our students.

If you have any questions, please contact Grethe Østby: https://innsida.ntnu.no/person/grethos