Estonia

Events

Age of Security Forum 2017 in Tallinn
Date: 18 May 2017

International Information Security Conference

Age of Security Forum 2017 is a series of international conferences, which will take place in Vilnius (11.05), Riga (16.05) and Tallinn (18.05). The goal of the Forum is presenting leading information security solutions and methodologies according to Gartner recommendations and Gartner Magic Quadrants, as well as sharing best practices and experience on how to effectively defend against modern cyber threats and to be compliant with GDPR.

Special guest of the Forum - Mr. Vladislav Shapiro (USA), an independent IT-expert, a regular attendee, presenter and speaker at many prominent industry events, including Gartner Catalyst, Gartner IDM Summit, IT Experts and others. At the Forum Mr. Shapiro will talk about cyber threats evolution, trends and EU state of security, including privacy laws and GDPR. Based on his own experience, trends and fresh 2016-2017 data from respected sources, he will make several predictions about which cyber threats will get more attention and be more dangerous in the nearest future.

Participation is free. To chechk the programm and get registred, please, go to: https://goo.gl/OVWmcq

Everyday cyber security
Date: 25 Sep 2017

The workshop is dedicated to the theme Practical Cyber security at home

The aim of the theme is to raise awareness amongst private users about possible threats of IoT, online fraud and scams and to provide practical guidance on how to protect their home network and online privacy.

ECSM Kick-off Event
Date: 29 Sep 2017

Preparations for the fifth ECSM started in earnest with collaboration being forged between the Estonian Information Systems Authority, CERT EE and ENISA for this year’s Cyber Security Month kick-off event. Under the aegis of the Estonian Presidency of the EU, the kick-off will be hosted by Tallinn University of Technology, Tallinn on the 29th September 2017.

The agenda for the launch includes opening speeches by dignitaries from both the and European public sector and industry. National co-ordination teams will offer insights into their campaigns and leading IT security experts will debate on the security themes of the month. This is a by invitation only event and we encourage policy makers, industry experts and representatives from competent authorities to come forward as speakers or panelists for either of the four sessions on the weekly themes: •Cyber Security in the Workplace •Governance, Privacy and Data Protection •Cyber Security in the Home •Skills in Cyber Security

 

Draft agenda

 

Mandatory password change for UT users in October
Date: 02 Oct 2017

The University of Tartu IT Office organises a mandatory password change in October for all users of UT information systems who have not updated their password in the last two years. The aim of the mandatory password change is to make the university’s information systems more secure.

Workshop - Cyber security in the workplace
Date: 04 Oct 2017

Workshop dedicated to the theme "Cyber security in the workplace"

The workshop is dedicated to the theme Cyber security in the workplace. The aim of the theme is to raise awareness amongst employees and IT professionals about threats such as ransomware, phishing, malware and to provide general cyber security advice. The workshop hosts practitioners who’s daily work tasks include ensuring the cyber security in an organization and is aimed for the TUT students.

Everyday cyber security
Date: 07 Oct 2017

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The NIS and GDPR's impact on national cyber security
Date: 09 Oct 2017

EU counties are adopting far-reaching regulations on digital environments. In this workshop national experts will share their experience and discuss the challenges they face in improving their legal frameworks.

In cooperation with National University of Public Service, Hungary.

Foundations of cyber security
Date: 11 Oct 2017

Basic cyber security training

Basic cyber security training to Tallinn University of Technology employees about cyber threats and cyber hygiene.

Workshop - Cyber security at home
Date: 12 Oct 2017

The workshop is dedicated to the theme Cyber security at home.

. The workshop is dedicated to the theme Cyber security at home. The aim of the theme is to raise awareness amongst private users about possible threats of IoT, online fraud and scams and to provide guidance on how to protect their home network and protect their online privacy. The workshop hosts professionals from the field and is aimed for the TUT students.

Workshop - Privacy & Data Protection
Date: 19 Oct 2017

The aim of this theme is to give an overview of new EU Directives and Regulations such as the GDPR

The workshop is dedicated to the theme privacy and data protection. The aim of this theme is give an overview of the new EU Directives and Regulations such as the GDPR. 
The workshop hosts professionals from the field and is aimed for the TUT students.

Everyday cyber security
Date: 26 Oct 2017

The lecture is dedicated to the theme Cyber security at home and in the workplace

The lecture is dedicated to the theme Cyber security at home and in the workplace. During the lecture the following topics will be covered:
Cyber threats
Daily cyber-safety
Phishing
Malware
Clickbait campaigns

Workshop - Skills in cyber security
Date: 26 Oct 2017

The workshop is dedicated to the theme Skills in cyber security.

The workshop is dedicated to the theme Skills in cyber security. The theme seeks to support the learners who are trying to gain Cyber Security skills via training and education to become the next generation of skilled Cyber Security professionals. The workshop hosts professionals from the field who are involved in cyber security in a daily basis as well as from academia and is aimed for the TUT students.