Leonardo-UniGe CyberSecurity Scholarship Program
The Lenardo-Unige Cybersecurity Scholarship Program is a training program open to all students of the University of Genoa. It offers an innovative, hands-on training path that provides students with practical skills needed defend modern ICT infrastructures from cyber attacks. It consists of two phases:
Hands-on training on selected topics in Cybersecurity
7 hands-on training sessions on selected topics in Cybersecurity (cryptography, network security, binary analysis e web security
Capture-the-Flag (CTF) competition, a jeopardy-style CTF aimed at selecting 8 finalists who will access the next phase.
Advanced Cybersecurity Training
3 hands-on training sessions on advanced Cybersecurity techniques and tools
Cyber Defence Exercise, where finalists will be asked to defend a virtual ICT infrastructure from attacks launched by a Red Team
The winners of the Advanced Cybersecurity Training will be awarded 4 scholarships.
The program is developed in the context of ZenHackAdemy, a collaborative project that aims to fill the gaps between traditional teaching in Cybersecurity (focused on transfering knowledge) with engaging, game-based techniques (focused on providing skills and competencies).
Oct 14 - Nov 25 2020
Cryptography - Network Security -
Web Security - Binary Analysis
Dec 9 2020
Dec 16 2020
Presentation of the Leonardo-UniGe Scholarship Program
Dec 22 2020
Advanced CyberSecurity Training
Jan 13 - 27 2021
Cyber Defense Exercise
Feb 26 2021
March 31 2021
UniGe: Computer Security Lab
The Computer Security Laboratory (CSec-Lab) is the research team of the Department of Informatics, Bioengineering, Robotics and Systems Engineering (DIBRIS) of the University of Genoa. The research activities span Application Security (Software, Web, and Mobile Security), Digital Identity, Cyber Ranges, IoT Security, Privacy, and Cybersecurity of Cyber-physical Systems.
Leonardo: Cyber Security Division
Leonardo is a leading Italian Aerospace, Defense and Security organisation with nearly 50,000 employees, active in 150 countries. Headquartered in Genoa, the Cyber Security Division provides robust and bespoke solutions for organisations operating within highly regulated safety and mission critical environments, including professional communication networks, control rooms, secure digitalization of Public Administrations, smart mobility, cyber security systems and IT intelligence platforms. Contatti:
Form more information: firstname.lastname@example.org
ZenHack is a Zena-based CTF & cybersecurity Team founded in 2017 by a group of students and researchers interested in cybersecurity. The team is located in Genoa (Genova in Italian), Italy, and is hosted by the Department of Informatics, Bioengineering, Robotics and Systems Engineering (DIBRIS) of the University of Genoa.