The University of Jyväskylä (JYU) is organizing a summer course, “Changing Security and Hybrid Threats”, in cooperation the Hybrid CoE. The course will enhance students’ understanding of the rapidly changing security environment in today’s Europe.
During the course, students will get familiar with cyber and information influencing. They will also learn more about military hybrid threats and how state actors such as Russia and China as well as non-state actors fit into the picture. Through lectures and workshop case studies, students will study the strategic motivation behind the hybrid threats, how to identify vulnerabilities, and how to build resilience against such threats.
The course will be interactive and encourage the students to think critically about hybrid threats. In addition to the main lectures, there will be several guest lecturers on themes such as geopolitics and security in history.
Place: Jyväskylä Summer School, University of Jyväskylä (JYU), Finland
Participants: Master’s students, PhD students and civil servants from Hybrid CoE Member states
Number of participants: 30 students
Lecturer(s): Dr. Hanna Smith (Hybrid CoE), Dr. Panu Moilanen (JYU), Dr. Antero Holmila (JYU)
Guest Lecturers: Specialists belonging to the Hybrid CoE expert network
Coordinator(s): Martti J. Kari
Credits: 3 ECTS credits
Learning outcomes: Basic common understanding of changing security and hybrid threats
Prerequisites: Basic knowledge of Hybrid Threats and Main Concepts
The application period is 1 March to 30 April 2019