Category : Special Interest Group

EUNIS AR/VR Special Interest Group meeting: 22 Dec 12.00 CET

EUNIS AR/VR Special Interest Group first meeting will be held on 22 Dec at 12.00 CET. The purpose is to get acquaintance and share objectives, issues or outcomes.
It will take place in an ENGAGE virtual room. Please follow the link to get ask for access to the event:
The room will be available from 11:30 to check your hardware, software and connection.
If you do not have already an ENGAGE account, please sign up to create one: https://app.engagevr.io/register
You will be able to attend the meeting with a headset but also without one using your browser or the brand new iOS app.
Read more on the EUNIS AR/VR Special Interest Group here.

“How To Make Cloud Services Secure”: outputs from the EUNIS online workshop

EUNIS Information Security Special Interest Group (InfoSec) organised the 2-hour online workshop “How To Make Cloud Services Secure” on 3rd of November 2020 targeted to CIO’s and security officers involved in the technology behind secure cloud service delivery.

Te workshop was focused on how to increase security in a world where cloud services rule.

The introductory talk was delivered by Jeroen Vandeleur, Service line lead Cloud Security, NVISO, Belgium.

The discussions addressed technical and implementation issues, such as:

  • What is the role of, and how to best set up security centres?
  • What can be done to prevent, detect, resolve security breaches?
  • How to set priorities in security policies?
  • How to use offerings by cloud service providers to improve our security?

Read the outputs from the workshop here.

 

Outputs from the EUNIS “Data Protection and Cloud Security” online workshop now available

EUNIS Information Security Special Interest Group (InfoSec) organised the 2-hour online workshop “Data Protection and Cloud Security” on 27th of October 2020 targeted to CIO’s, security officers and those involved in legislative policy and compliance.

The workshop focused on how cloud services help to make available and protect data.

The introductory address was delivered by Andrew Cormack, Chief Regulatory Adviser, Jisc, UK.

Legislative aspects concerning remote working, online teaching and research, data protection and security policies have been discussed as well.

Read the outputs from the workshop here.

EUNIS Information Security workshop: 3 Nov

You are invited to EUNIS 2-hour online workshop organised by the EUNIS Information Security Special Interest Group (InfoSec):

  •  ‘How To Make Cloud Services Secure’

When: Nov 3, 2020 14:00 – 16.00 CET

This two-hour workshop will address what actions can be taken, and what approaches and tools are available, to increase security in a world where cloud services rule – examples are Microsoft’s 365 and Amazon services. What is the role of, and how to best set up security centres? What can be done to prevent, detect, resolve security breaches? How to set priorities in security policies? How to use offerings by cloud service providers  to improve our security? The introductory talk will be delivered by Jeroen Vandeleur, Service line lead Cloud Security, NVISO, Belgium. The discussions will address technical and implementation issues.

If terms like ‘MISP’, ‘DKIM’ and ‘SPF’ ring a bell, this workshop is for you!

Expected audience: CIO’s, security officers involved in the technology behind secure cloud service delivery

More detailed programme here.

Register in advance for this meeting here.

After registering, within 48 hours you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

Please note, the priority to attend both events will be given to the EUNIS members.

Read more on the Information Security and GDPR Special Interest Group here.

EUNIS Information Security workshops: registration now open

You are invited to EUNIS 2-hour online workshops organised by the EUNIS Information Security Special Interest Group (InfoSec):

  • ‘Data Protection and Cloud Security’
When: Oct 27, 2020 14.00 – 16.00 CET.

This two-hour workshop will address how cloud services help to make available and protect data. The focus of the workshop will be on legislative aspects concerning remote working, online teaching and research, data protection and security policies.The introductory address will be delivered by Andrew Cormack, Chief Regulatory Adviser, Jisc, UK. If terms like ‘Schrems’ and ‘EDPS’ ring a bell, this workshop is for you.
Expected audience: CIO’s, security officers and those involved in legislative policy and compliance

More detailed programme here.

Register in advance for this meeting here.

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.For security reasons this is not an automated process and may take up to 2 days.
  •  ‘How To Make Cloud Services Secure’

When: Nov 3, 2020 14:00 – 16.00 CET

This two-hour workshop will address what actions can be taken, and what approaches and tools are available, to increase security in a world where cloud services rule – examples are Microsoft’s 365 and Amazon services. What is the role of, and how to best set up security centres? What can be done to prevent, detect, resolve security breaches? How to set priorities in security policies? How to use offerings by cloud service providers  to improve our security? The introductory talk will be delivered by Jeroen Vandeleur, Service line lead Cloud Security, NVISO, Belgium. The discussions will address technical and implementation issues.

If terms like ‘MISP’, ‘DKIM’ and ‘SPF’ ring a bell, this workshop is for you!

Expected audience: CIO’s, security officers involved in the technology behind secure cloud service delivery

More detailed programme here.

Register in advance for this meeting here.

After registering, within 48 hours you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

Please note, the priority to attend both events will be given to the EUNIS members.

Read more on the Information Security and GDPR Special Interest Group here.