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IT-SAD: The IT Security Awareness Days in the winter semester 2021!

October 4th, 2021 | by
IT Security Awareness Days 2021: nehme kostenlos und ohne Registrierung teil

Online and without any registration – the IT Security Awareness Days (Source: TU Braunschweig)

IT is all around us. We use it in our free time and at work, both at home and on the road. The possibilities it offers us are almost unlimited. But with these possibilities also comes great responsibility, as the use of IT is not always without risks. Cyberattacks are no longer isolated incidents and can affect anyone. With more attacks, there is a need for more IT security and a higher level of awareness. For this reason, several German universities are campaigning for greater awareness in this field.

In order to raise awareness, several German universities have now joined forces for the second time to organise the IT Security Awareness Days. During this online event series, a total of 24 lectures on the topic of information security will be held from 4 October to 12 November 2021. The following universities are actively involved: TU Braunschweig, TU Darmstadt, Uni Hildesheim, KU Eichstätt-Ingolstadt, Uni Göttingen/GWDG, Uni Marburg, Uni Osnabrück, Leuphana Universität Lüneburg, Uni Duisburg-Essen, Uni Köln. The series of events is open to the public. A registration is not required.

The schedule

The following lectures (german only) are planned as part of the IT Security Awareness Days:

  • 04.10., 14:00: Information Security in the Home Office (Arne Windeler, TU Braunschweig)
  • 05.10., 10:00: Cyber-Security Escape Room (Eric Lanfer, René-Maximilian Malsky, Uni Osnabrück)
  • 06.10., 10:00: Password Manager (René-Maximilian Malsky, Uni Osnabrück)
  • 06.10., 13:00: 2-factor authentication in a few minutes (Lars Kiesow, Uni Osnabrück)
  • 08.10., 10:00: The 11 “Golden Rules” of IT Security (Christian Böttger, TU Braunschweig)
  • 11.10., 14:00: Guided Online Tours of the Online Tools of the GITZ (Leonard Jari Zurek, TU Braunschweig)
  • 13.10., 13:00: Cyber-Security Escape-Room (Eric Lanfer, René-Maximilian Malsky, Uni Osnabrück)
  • 14.10., 10:00: Secure Passwords (Christian Böttger, TU Braunschweig)
  • 18.10., 14:00: Pitfalls of everyday life (Bernhard Brandel, KU Eichstädt-Ingolstadt)
  • 19.10, 10:00: How do I protect my (research) data? (Lukas Härter, University of Marburg)
  • 21.10., 10:00: Emotet – A case study in threats (Christian Böttger, TU Braunschweig)
  • 26.10., 10:00: APT from the attacker’s point of view (Marius Mertens, Uni Duisburg-Essen)
  • 27.10., 14:00: Safe surfing – Best of Privacy AddOns (Irmgard Blomenkemper, Uni Cologne)
  • 02.11, 14:00: Caution Trap! Hackers, Thieves, Social Engineers (Holger Beck, University of Göttingen)
  • 03.11., 14:00: Security in the WLAN (Steffen Klemer, GWDG)
  • 04.11., 10:00: The 4×4 of the most widespread IT security errors (Christian Böttger, TU Braunschweig)
  • 05.11., 10:00: S/MIME – Digital Signing for E-mail and Documents (Jochen Becker, TU Darmstadt)
  • 08.11., 14:00: E-mail security / Phishing (Christian Böttger, TU Braunschweig)
  • 09.11., 11:00: Messenger – Data Protection and IT Security (Holger Beck, Uni Göttingen/GWDG)
  • 09.11., 14:00: cloud(e) data – Smartphones without Google and Apple (Leonard Jari Zurek, TU Braunschweig)
  • 10.11., 10:00: Use of IOCs and Yara Rules in IT Forensics (Florian Gottschalk, Uni Göttingen)
  • 12.11., 10:00: Open question and answer session
  • 12.11., 11:00: Panel discussion
  • tba., XX:XX: Backup and Restore (Susan Roesner, Uni Hildesheim)
  • tba., XX:XX: Security for Windows Workstations (Susan Roesner, Uni Hildesheim)

All lectures will be held in the designated Webex conference room, unless otherwise announced. To participate in the events, you can simply enter this room without registering. You find the topic of IT security as exciting as we do? Please take a look at all our contributions on this topic under the keyword IT security!

 

Responsible for the content of this article is Stéphanie Bauens.

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