Austria, Vienna

IoT - BigData - Cloud – Security

when 15 January 2018 - 26 January 2018
language English
duration 2 weeks
credits 8 ECTS
fee EUR 1200

We are in the middle of the fourth industrial revolution. While earlier epochal developments have lasted decades from the idea to the global impact, the current development cycles are completed in few years. If we speak today of the Internet of Things, the new concept is already Internet of Everything. With an expected number of 40 billion devices in 2020, another issue is of great importance: BigData. A lot of data is provided by the billions devices, evaluated and drastically affecting our privacy. Privacy and data protection is a major challenge. As a result, the vast amounts of data will be stored in dedicated data centers - in the cloud. It goes without saying that the issue of security is directly linked in many shades. In a hitherto unprecedented extent, changes from perimeter-security to so-called edge-security will take place here, which means that it is no longer necessary to isolate a local network, but to secure the devices wherever they are, whether in the private environment or in a production-line of a smart factory. This Summer School will be working intensively with the importance of these four basic terms: IoT - BigData - Cloud – Security. The course will cover the development of these topics over the next few years and will make the students ready for the challenges of the next decade.

Course leader

Prof. Manfred Wöhrl

Target group

computer science or interested

Course aim

This Summer School will be working intensively with the importance of these four basic terms: IoT - BigData - Cloud – Security. The course will cover the development of these topics over the next few years and will make the students ready for the challenges of the next decade.

Fee info

EUR 1200: Reduced tuition fee for students. The tuition fee includes: participation fee, course certificate, all working materials, social program with sightseeing and visits of popular spots in Vienna.