ADVANCED EDUCATION: APPLY NOW FOR SUMMER SCHOOL ON CYBER SECURITY. COURSE AIMS AT PROMOTING INTERDISCIPLINARY APPROACH, PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT AND NETWORKING. REGISTRATION IS OPEN UNTIL 15 MAY 2019

Registration for the “Summer School” course on Cyber Security offered by Sant’Anna School Dirpolis (Law, Politics and Development) Institute is open until May 15, 2019.

This course, jointly organised by Francesca Capone (Sant'Anna School Dirpolis Institute) and Matteo Bonfanti, (ETH Zurich), aims at promoting an integrated approach between experts and professionals to improve the participants’ ability in the information security and develop risk mitigation strategies. This course is designed for graduate students and PhD students in IT, engineering, law, international relations, and economics as well as IT professionals.

Under the supervision of Francesca Capone and Matteo Bonfanti, the program provides the opportunity to be at the forefront of defending cyberspace from cybercrimes. Participants will acquire the knowledge and techniques needed for a successful career in digital security, digital forensic, and focus on the law and ethical hacking issues surrounding cyber defense policies. Cyber Security shall be addressed through a multidisciplinary approach combining communication networks, security engineering and international relations studies to build an effective response to cyber-attacks and other threats from a stakeholder protection needs and requirements perspective.

“This course offers an opportunity to address the cyber security skills gap – said Francesca Capone and Matteo Bonfanti. According to recent reports, there are millions of jobs available worldwide. Academics and experts will offer the best quality of education and training for students and information security professionals”.

The Dirpolis Institute has developed an interdisciplinary approach designed to expose students to practical projects aimed at solving cyber security problems. It includes a range of new learning resources and the use of interactive lectures.

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