Oulu University Secure Programming Group
The purpose of the Oulu University Secure Programming Group (OUSPG) is to study, evaluate and develop methods of implementing and testing application and system software in order to prevent, discover and eliminate implementation level security vulnerabilities in a pro-active fashion. Our focus is on implementation level security issues and software security testing.
Pesti-päivät 2017: OUSPG is recruiting students interested in the field of computer/cyber security. We have both full and part time positions available and we are an excellent choice for students looking to work alongside their studies. We are also happy to provide positions for students looking to complete their Masters/Diploma thesis.
Send your CV and a short description detailing your interest in the security field to firstname.lastname@example.org
- Prepare to be invited for an interview to further discuss your interest in our field and how OUSPG might be able to assist you in becoming an expert.
Research Group History
Active as an independent and academic research group in the Computer Engineering Laboratory since summer 1996.
- Black-box testing for software vulnerabilities
- Vulnerability tracking of disclosures
- Integrating secure programming in local curriculum
- Study of the vulnerability classifications and taxonomies
- Study of the life-cycle of the software vulnerabilities
A number of our research tools can be found from our GitHub page
Extracts from our internal projects
Selected documentation produced in our internal projects:
Via email: ouspg@ee.SPAMLESS.oulu.fi
- Please remove SPAMLESS before delivery
Encryption [PGP-key] or [Other - upon request]
Via snail-mail: see below
Prof. Juha Röning University of Oulu, Computer Engineering Laboratory PL4500 90014 University of Oulu Finland
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