Summer is almost over and it’s time to get back to everyday life. This autumn brings us versatile and interesting customer assignments and development projects in addition to our ongoing JYVSECTEC Center and Center RGCE projects. We will also participate in Cyber Security & ICT 2015 exhibition (in Finnish Kyberturvallisuus & ICT 2015 –messut) which is organized in Finland in the congress centre Jyväskylän Paviljonki from 23 to 25 September 2015.
JYVSECTEC Center and Center RGCE projects
This spring also brought us two new projects: JYVSECTEC Center and Center RGCE. These projects continue the development of information and cyber security that began in JYVSECTEC project. JYVSECTEC project started in September 2011 and continued till the end of February 2015. The new projects will make JYVSECTEC into Finland’s leading independent cyber security research, development and training center.
The purpose of the center is to increase enterprises’ and other actors’ perception, resilience and defence capability against cyber threats, as well as to develop information and cyber security skills and awareness of the staff. To serve this purpose, cyber security exercises will be productized by JYVSECTEC to meet the needs of different domains in the public and private sector. The productization will be done comprehensively taking into account latest technological advances.
Cyber Security & ICT 2015 Exhibition
Next month we will participate in Cyber Security & ICT 2015 exhibition with our own stand in C-123. We are participating in the exhibition for the second year running while last year’s exhibition was the first of its kind. As in the previous year, the focus of the ongoing exhibition is on information security and cyber risks related to industrial companies and the society in general. The exhibitors include leading solution providers in the field of information and cyber security. The exhibition is held at the same time with FinnGraf 2015 and Eventum Expo 2015 exhibitions.
In Cyber Security & ICT 2015 exhibition JYVSECTEC continues the same well-tried formula that has been used before by organizing a separate stand-specific program. The program will include practical and topical examples on information and cyber security presented by our experts. The program will complement a rich and versatile seminar program of the exhibition that contains among other things, “the National Cyber Challenge” on the opening day as well as Thursday’s seminar “National and Baltic approach on Cyber Security” that we have organized in cooperation with Jykes Ltd, Jyväskylä University and Suomen Yrityskehitys Ltd.
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JYVSECTEC – Jyväskylä Security Technology
JAMK University of Applied Sciences, Institute of Information Technology