The Twente University Centre for Cybersecurity Research (TUCCR) is a brand new public-private partnership where experts, professionals, entrepreneurs, researchers, and students from industry and knowledge partners collaborate to deliver talents, innovations, and know-how in the domain of cybersecurity. We want to strengthen the security and digital sovereignty of our society by performing top-level research on real-world data and network security challenges. Key outputs include innovation in the shape of technologies, tools, minimum viable products, start-ups, top-tier scientific publications as well as first-class graduates at Bachelor, Master, and Ph.D. level.
On the 5th of March 2021, from 4 - 5 PM, the virtual opening of the Twente University Centre for Cybersecurity Research (TUCCR) will take place. We invite you to join this official moment of celebration.
Where & When
- 5 March 2021
- 4 - 5 PM
- Language: English
- Free entrance
- Location: Online livestream (you'll receive the link a couple days before the event)
3.45 - 4.00 PM
Online doors open, chat options enabled
4.00 - 4.15 PM
General opening and TUCCR overview
4.15 - 4.35 PM
Keynote speech "The State Of The Net"
4.35 - 4.55 PM
Partner interventions and signing ceremony
4.55 - 5.00 PM
Celebration toast and official closing
To participate in this inspiring event you have to register. This can easily be done via the link below. If you have specific questions to our keynote speaker Mikko Hyppönen or to one of our TUCCR partners, you can state your questions in the registration form. A few days before the start of the event, we will send you the link to the live stream. If you are unable to attend and cannot follow the stream live, then you can still watch it afterwards: We record the video and all registered people will receive the link to the recording.
TUCCR is sustained by professionals and researchers from various disciplines including computer science, behavioral and social sciences, quantum physics, electrical engineering, and mathematics. TUCCR combines technical, socio-economic, and ethical know-how and is equipped with state-of-the-art infrastructure, ranging from security labs, testbeds, data lakes, and dedicated attack-defense environments, such as cyber ranges. Key outputs include innovation in the shape of technologies, tools, minimum viable products, startups, top-tier scientific publications as well as first-class graduates at Bachelor, Master, and Ph.D. level.