Author Archives: Marko Vatanen


The purpose of the CYBERDI -project is to strengthen the competence of JAMK University of Applied Sciences (JAMK) and the Police University College (POLAMK) to detect and investigate cybercrime, as well as to become profiled as competent cybercrime research experts at least on the European level. In addition, the goal of the project is also […]

EDA Cyber Ranges

The first ever Cyber Defence Pooling & Sharing Project under the EU pooling & sharing agenda with support from EDA. The project focuses on increasing the availability of existing and emerging cyber range facilities at European level. Additionally the project not only aims at increasing the occupation rate and efficiency of cyber ranges and platforms […]

Applying AI for anomaly based network intrusion detection system, phase 1

The aim of the program is to compare, investigate and apply open source AI framework for the development of a Network Intrusion Detection System. As a result, a pilot application applying AI for anomaly based Intrusion Detection System is generated and tested. Duration 1.1.2018-31.11.2018

Continuous Integration for the Collaborative Analysis of Incidents (CinCan)

The purpose of the CinCan project is to establish continuous analysis of incident data as a part of CERT or CIRT functionalities, using tools and interfaces to rapidly create, augment, correlate and share analysis and threat intelligence in collaboration. Duration 01/2018 – 12/2019     

Cyber Competence 2020

The three-year Cyber Competence 2020 project started on 28th of February, 2017. The project’s main objective is to form specialization studies in cybercrime prevention at the Police University College of Finland by 2020. This objective will be achieved in close collaboration with the Institute of Information Technology of the Jyväskylä University of Applied Sciences (JAMK).

Business Growth from IoT

Internet is changing towards the Internet of Things concept (IoT), where almost all devices are connected to the network. In addition, various services, which are still delivered through physical access points, move to the Internet. The same trend is also apparent in vehicles turning into service platforms, industrial equipment and plants. This requires sensors, embedded […]

Cyber Scheme Finland Pilot

The aim of the Cyber Scheme Finland project is to build and pilot a national operating model especially for the cyber security assessment and accreditation of SMEs and development work based thereon. Duration 03/2015 – 11/2016 Funding programme Regional Development Funding, Central Finland Development Fund Implementing party JAMK University of Applied Sciences Ltd, Institute of […]


The aim of the JYVSECTEC Center RGCE Project was to implement and deploy the necessary hardware, equipment and service investments to enable the development of JYVSECTEC into Finland’s leading impartial cybersecurity research, development, and training centre Duration 02/2015 – 4/2018 Funding program European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) Implementing party JAMK University of Applied Sciences Ltd, […]


The goal of the JYVSECTEC Center Project was to develop JYVSECTEC into Finland’s leading impartial cybersecurity research, development and training centre which helps companies and other operators be more immune to cyber threats in their operations as well as develop personnel competence. Main results were further development of the RGCE Cyber Range with SCADA/ICS elements […]


The implementation of the project was aimed at strengthening the preconditions for research and product development activities and expansion of security by increasing the cybersecurity knowledge and risk management of organizations. Main results were first version of RGCE Cyber Range and pilot of National Cyber Security Exercise. Impact of the project Thanks to its location […]