A proposal from researcher at Luleå University of Technology has been selected among top five solutions in the Copernicus masters innovation competition.
Ali Padyab, lecturer in Information Systems at Luleå University of Technology, is awarded the French-Swedish Prize for young researchers of 2018.
Ali Ismail Awad, Associate Professor of Information Systems – Information Security, is first editor of the book Information Security: Foundation, technologies and applications.
Tieto is lending Luleå University of Technology a hardware security module, a HSM. The HSM will be a valuable contribution to the Information Security lab, the InfoSec-lab.
Can blockchain technology revolutionize the world economy and what impact can technology have on our future? The answers to the questions will be discussed at the Blockchain North conference on May 24th.
You can contribute to the internet becoming a safer place while learning about privacy online. This by testing two tools developed by researchers within the Privacy Flag project.
Mikel Izagirre, student at the master programme in Information Security at Luleå University of Technolgy, has received the ISACA Sweden Chapter Scholarship Award.
Abdolrasoul Habibipour, PhD student in Information Systems was awarded the Veli-Pekka Niitamo Prize for best academic contribution at the Open Living Lab Days 2017.
MASTIS is an Erasmus project that aims to develop Master level studies in Information Systems. This week, within the framework of the project, a workshop is arranged on the topic pedagogical development at Luleå University of Technology.
Are you aware of what information Facebook can possibly extract from pictures and statuses that you post? Research from Luleå University of Technology suggests that if you are, you become more careful with what you publish.
Students on the Master Programme in Information Security at Luleå University of Technology have won a Cyber defense exercise arranged by the Swedish Armed Forces. – It feels great to win this competition and that our team's effort paid off, says Information Security student Triveni Kodam.
More and more societal functions rely on the internet and this makes society more vulnerable to cyber-attacks. A new Centre of Excellence at Luleå University of Technology will intensify the research on how cyber threats can be countered and how socially critical functions can be ensured.