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Learn more about how we can help you test and evaluate your innovative work, routines and processes to manage information security threats
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The project is a cooperation between two academic partner Centria-ammattikorkeakoulu, Finland and Luleå University of Technology, Sweden.
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The following is a proposal for a Master Thesis that we are announcing, anyone who is interested and about to write their thesis is welcome to contact us for more information. Information Security Red-Teaming: Attack and Defense Exercises for the Security Novice The purpose of this proposed master thesis is to chart the requirements of […]
The number of cyber-crimes is not as big as “ordinary” crimes. But the after effects of cyber-crime may be huge. Cyber criminality can impact on activities that are critical to all society, the police is warning. Cyber-crime is usually international and well organized. The risk of being caught is low, and criminals often have a […]
(ISC) ²The Security Congress brings together a world community of security professionals. The event offers over 175 training and thought management sessions and promotes collaboration with other advanced companies. The objective of the Cyber Security Conference is to provide for industry professionals and management information, tools and expertise to protect their organizations. International Information Systems […]
When a company is exposed to digital threats and attacks, there can be major consequences. To increase the understanding of digital threats and risks, researchers in the CYNIC-project have developed a new tool – a card game. Read more: CYNIC Game
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CYNIC – Cyber security in Innovation and Business Communication
The project has identified that an uncertainty and a risk focus is an obstacle to SMEs willingness to invest in new business models which are tailored for digitalisation and digital services. Better insights and sound IT behaviour can be gained through testing and evaluating new business models in a safe testing environment. The project aims at (1) promoting entrepreneurship, i.e. proactive, innovative and tactical risk taking by offering demonstrators and workshops that problematize established practices, (2) increase SMEs capabilities to internationalization by providing a collaborative approach for different companies to quickly and effectively address common challenges and opportunities, as well as (3) stimulate and evaluate new business models by developing testable scenarios and exposing them to realistic risks and countermeasures, thereby contributing to increased entrepreneurship and stimulating the ongoing development of a new digital service industry in the region.