About the department

Department of Information Security and Communication Technology

About the department

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The Department of Information Security and Communication Technology was founded in 2017 after a merger between the Department of Telematics and NISLab. The Department of Telematics (1996-2006) has its roots in the sixties, with academic activities on switching, networks,  control systems for telephone exchanges, program systems for computer controlled telephone exchanges, computer networks and data communication, computer controlled traffic measurement equipment, traffic analysis and traffic dimensioning. NISLab was a part of the former Gjøvik University College.

Vision 

We create efficient, resilient, robust and secure communication networks, information systems and digital services. 

Research Areas

Research Areas

Cyber Security is one of the strategic research areas of the IE Faculty. At our Department we offer both eduaction and research reltaed to this area:

Our Disciplines

Our Disciplines

Vacant positions

Vacant positions

Interested in working within the field of Information Security and Communication Technology?

The Department of Information Security and Communication Technology is a national provider of research-based knowledge and competence within our research fields. In 2022, we commit to accomplish a considerable enhancement of our capacity, to help deliver education, research, innovation and knowledge dissemination for a better world. The following positions are announced:

The position as Associate Professor requires a doctorate within a relevant scientific area, while the Assistant Professor positions require a relevant Master's degree. Some of the positions may be subject to dual-use commodities, -technologies or services, and thus come with qualification requirements related to citizenship. 


At SFI NORCICS there is an open position as doctoral candidate:


Vacant positions are announced at Jobbnorge.

Strategy

Strategy

Below you will find an overview of the current strategies and action plans for the Department of IIK. These are further subject to the strategies of the Faculty of Information Technology and Electrical Engineering (IE Faculty) and NTNU respectively.

Current strategy document for the Department

Strategy documents for the IE Faculty and NTNU