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TUT Cyber ​​Conference 2018

Conference agenda:
10:00-10:30 Registration, cofee and cookies
10:30 Opening words by TUT rector Jaak Aaviksoo;
Kusti Salm, Ministry of Defense and Maarja Kirtsi, Estonian Internet Foundation
10:45-13:00 “Does Estonia needs cyberinsurance?”

Moderator: Anto Veldre

10:45 Cybersecurity Challenges. Lauri Luht, RIA
11:15 In the feature everything will be better? or more horrible? Aare Reintam, NATO CCD COE
11:45 Kalev’s active and professional activities with technological means to preserve health
12:00 Is self-driving cars a real danger to society? Krister Kalda, TUT Mektory
12:20 Cybercrime does not cry on arrival! Karen K Burns, CGI
12:40 To buy cyber insurance or not? Helen Evert, IIZI Kindlustusmaakler AS

13:00-14:00 Lunch
13:10-13:35 CyberSecurity TV-game show at American corner with Ralph Echemendia, Seguru and Marily Hendrikson, Startup Estonia (ENG)
13:40-13:55 MWB LAB Launch@TTÜMektory
14:00-15:10 Parallel sessions on various topics:
• Main hall: Human factors & OSINT by Jenny Radcliffe, Host of The Human Factor Podcast, UK & Lisa Forte, Red Goat Cyber Security, UK (Cyber Security SummerSchool) (ENG)
• How to build a cyber defense plan for your institution? Raido Orumets, BCS Training. Room: 108 Labor Market for Business Models.
• How to learn to think in the way rafter thinks and protect yourself from evil eyes? Peeter “Technocrat” Marvet, Zone Media resident hacker. Room 111 “Learning to Play”.
• Failure of one rafter due to the digital forensics, Toomas Lepik, TUT and How to hack contactless cards? Kadri Lenk, Eesti Energia and Raido Roben, Datanor. Room 125 Logistics.
• Ransomware simulation and MWB LAB launch@TTÜMektory, Malwarebytes (ENG). Room 109 and 209 – MWB Labs.

15:10-15:20 Kalev Kahoot game (ENG) (please be ready! https://kahoot.it/)
15:20-16:00 Main hall: Panel Discussion on Maritime Cyber Security (ENG).
Moderator: Kieren Nicolas Lovell, University of Cambridge, UK. Panelists: Adrian ‘Tel’ Venables, Lancaster University; Jenny Radcliffe, Host of The Human Factor Podcast, UK; Jeff Moulton, Stephenson’s National Center for Security Research and Training and the Transformation Technologies and Cyber Research Center at Louisiana State University, USA; Marina Martinez (TBC), The Spanish Office for Science and Technology (SOST), Spain.

• CyberSpike Competition Award Ceremony (EST / ENG)
• Cake


Cyber Security Summer School 2018: “Maritime Cyber Security”

11-15 June 2018, Tallinn, ESTONIA, Estonian Maritime Academy

This year’s Cyber Security Summer School will focus on maritime cyber security. With experts from maritime sector, marine technology industries and cyber security establishments, the Summer School will give an overview of the tools and communications used in shipping industry, discuss their vulnerabilities and also introduce new trends in autonomous shipping and its dangers and risks.

MONDAY, June 11th
8:00-9:00 Registration. Breakfast
09:00 Welcoming words and opening of Summer School by Organizers
10:00 Opening keynotes: TBD
12:00 Lunch
13:00 – 15:30 (room I) Track 1: Traditional maritime communication and navigation methods for Cyber Security Students (including GPS spoofing, Navigation messages, AIS etc).
13:00 – 15:30 (room II) Track 2: Ship Hacking Demo & introduction to cyber security for seafarers.
15:30 Coffee break
16:00 – 16:45 Practical exercises (e.g., HF call interception)
16:45 – 17:00 Feedback and closure for the first day

TUESDAY, June 12th
09:00 Breakfast
09:30 Modern methods – autonomous ship, sat voms, loT by D4V team
12:00 Lunch
13:00 Afternoon at Mektory joint event with Cyber Spike Competition. Tour in Mektory
14:00 Human factors & OSINT by Jenny Radcliffe & Lisa Forte
15:15 Panel Discussion on Maritime Cyber Security by Jeff Moulton and Jenny Radcliffe
16:00 Winners of CyberSpike and cake by Birgy Lorenz

WEDNESDAY, June 13th
09:00 Breakfast
A broader look at other sectors with experience:
09:30 Car hacking & forensics
10:15 Cyber Security in Aviation and joint efforts to secure the transportation industry from a regulator perspective by Gerry NGU EASA & European Centre for Cybersecurity in Aviation (ECCSA).
10:45 Coffee Break
11:00 Real-world malware stories by Anders Carlsson & Alex
12:00 Lunch
13:00 Political and cyber-warfare aspects of maritime cyber security by Joe Burton
14:30 Coffee break
15:00 Fake-GPS and Fake-Nav-chart attacks
15:30 TBD by Jeff Moulton
16:00 Practical exercise: cyber warfare exercise preparation by Mentors
19:00 Gala dinner

THURSDAY, June 14th
09: 00 Breakfast
09:30 Practical exercises in EMERA simulators
12:00 Lunch
13:00 Practical exercises in EMERA simulators
15:00 Coffee break
15:30 Practical exercises in EMERA simulators
16:30 Feedback and discussion by Organizers

FRIDAY, June 15th
09:00 Breakfast
09:30 Friendly student competition in EMERA simulators. Mentors
12:00 Lunch
13:00 – 14:00 Feedback and conclusions of the summer school by organizers