Summer School "Security of Things" - SeThi 2020 - Online

Let’s go digital!

A team of experts offers online courses on current topics of security in buildings. The participants receive a free experimental environment and free access to all teaching units and workshops. There is a great social programme to get to know each other.

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Venue University of Rostock, Institute of Computer Science, Albert-Einstein-Str. 22, 18059 Rostock - Online Conference Call
Target group Students, PhD candidates and professionals in the field of computer science, civil engineering, facility management or simliar areas with knowledge in computer science and network security
Language English
Tuition fee None
Summer school 24th August to 4th of September, 2020
Deadline for application 30th of June, 2020
Credits 2 ECTS (Certificate)

Poster

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Courses & Lecturers

Talk 1:  Introduction to the summer school SeThi and SCADA Systems as Security Challenge
Prof. Dr. Clemens Cap (Rostock)

Talk 2:  Revising Some Computer Security Basics (Part 1)
M. Sc. Simeon Wiedenmann (Rostock)

Talk 3:  Revising Some Computer Security Basics (Part 2)
Prof. Dr. Clemens Cap (Rostock)

Talk 4: Introduction to the KNX Bus Systems
Dr.-Ing. Thomas Mundt (Rostock)

Talk 5:  Security Aspects of KNX, LoRaWAN, Z-Wave and Similar Protocols
Dr.-Ing. Thomas Mundt (Rostock)

Talk 6: The Physical Layer in Field Bus Systems
M. Sc. Andreas Zdziarstek (Rostock)

Talk 7: Hacking the DDC4200 Controller: Theoretical Background for the Workshop
M. Sc. Johann Bauer (Rostock)

Talk 8:  Comparison of Fieldbus Systems and Protocols
M. Sc. Simeon Wiedenmann (Rostock)

Talk 9: Forensic Analysis in KNX Log Data
M. Sc. Johannes Goltz (Rostock)

Talk 10: Risk Analysis for Building Automation Systems
M. Sc. Johannes Goltz (Rostock)

Talk 11: Ethics of Hacking - Attack Vectors, Penetration Testing and the disclosure of vulnerabilities
M. Sc. Simeon Wiedenmann (Rostock)

Talk 12: How We Found Out Who Refuses to Wash Hands: A Case Study on Privacy
Dr.-Ing. Thomas Mundt (Rostock)

Talk 13: Privacy and Data Protection
Prof. Dr. Clemens Cap (Rostock)

Talk 14: Architecture and Technologies for Privacy
Prof. Dr. Clemens Cap (Rostock)

Talk 15: Modeling field bus networks and model-driven security analysis
Darshit Pandya (Rostock)

Talk 16: Forensic analysis of IoT devices and field busses
Jens Krüger (LKA M-V, Schwerin)

Talk 17: Challenges for Managing a University Campus
Dipl.-Ing. Peter Wickboldt (Rostock)

Talk 18: Operators responsibility in building business
Prof. Dr. Dr. Klaus-Uwe-Fehlauer (Wismar)

Talk 19: Security in distributed critical infrastructures
Prof. Dr. Thomas Kemmerich (Bremen)

Online Time Schedule

Benefits for registered participants

  • Free access to all lecture materials and videos
  • Experimental equipment will be sent by post (Raspberry Pi with accessories)
  • Individual consultations with the lecturers
  • Keynote by an international well-known researcher
  • Guest lecture by an industrial partner
  • 2 Credits for attendance
  • Awards for group work
  • Cultural nights with presentations from the home countries
  • Digital geocaching with prices
  • Virtual Quiz with prices
  • Session "Study in Germany" with induvidual consulting
  • Access to the SeThi Alumni Network

Workshops

Workshop 1: Mobile Demonstrator of a KNX Bus Installation
Dr.-Ing. Thomas Mundt (Rostock)

Workshop 2: Penetration Testing with an Industrial controller
M. Sc. Johann Bauer (Rostock)

Workshop 3: Analysis of KNX-bus Log Data
M. Sc. Johannes Goltz (Rostock)

Workshop 4: Measurements on the PhysicalLayer of the KNX-bus
M. Sc. Andreas Zdziarstek (Rostock)

Requirements

  • A Bachelor‘s or Master's Degree in the field of computer science, civil engineering, facility management or simliar areas with knowledge in computer science and network security
  • Letter of Motivation
  • Short Curriculum Vitae
  • Certificate of Examination or Academic Transcript
  • Language certificate for English

Contact

University of Rostock
Science Group in Information and Communication Technology (IuK)

Dr. Christine Bräuning
Albert-Einstein-Str. 21, Room 211
D-18051 Rostock
Germany
sethi.iukuni-rostockde

Phone: +49 381 498 7660
Fax: +49 381 498 118 7660