As digitalisation deepens and spreads to new areas of life, the need to ensure and safeguard its operations also increases. The University of Oulu strengthens the training of cyber security experts. The training will focus on the technical competence needed to ensure cyber security. OUSPG also takes part for the new cyber security curriculum. We currently offer several public resources which are used as a part of our teaching.
All OUSPG courses
|Cryptographic systems and their weaknesses||521254S||Link|
|Cyber Security II: Cloud and Network Security||IC00AJ73||Link|
|Cyber Security III: Software and Hardware Security||IC00AJ74||Link|
|Cyber Security Project||IC00AK16||Link|
|Embedded Software Project||521275A||Link|
|Empirical Research in Computer Security||521246S||Link|
|International Crisis Management (CriM)||521252S||Link|
|Introduction to Cyber Security Testing||IC00AI82||Link|
|Privacy and Social Engineering||IC00AI83||Link|
FITech courses (online)
We have currently one course, which is completely available online through FITech platform
Other relevant courses
Table of Contents
Many of the courses are using similar practicalities and concepts on how they will be arranged. You will find the common information here.
At the moment, courses are using a single Slack Workspace as the primary contact and discussion channel for teaching purposes.
You can join in there with your
oulu.fi email address.
For other inquiries, use firstname.lastname@example.org.
Laboratory and virtual machine instructions
Exercises themselves require sometimes the use of multiple different operating systems, e.g. Windows and different Linux distributions.
A brief overview of how to get them locally in physical laboratory classes and remotely is introduced in the following link.Virtual machine instructions
GitHub Classroom instructions
Most of the courses are utilising GitHub for providing the exercise assignments and related material, and also as a return platform (GitHub Classroom). Instruction pointer for using GitHub Classroom to return your assignments is available here.GitHub instructions