Lectures in Cybersecurity/Cyber resilience

Graduate School

From 2020 to present. In this class, we think counter measures against cyber threats not only from the perspective of security that aims to prevent cyber threats, but also from the perspective of mitigating cyber threats and recovery after attacks, that is, from the perspective of cyber resilience.

Current courses offered

  • Cyber Resilience, in the S1/S2 terms in 2020, 2021, 2022

Undergraduate School (1)

From 2022 to present. This lecture is a part of Cyber Security Education Programme, a cross-departmental education programme, will start in April 2022 at the Centre for Information Security Education and Research, in the Univeristy of Tokyo..

Current courses offered

  • Cybersecurity I, in the S1/S2 terms in 2022

Undergraduate School (2)

From 2019 to present. This lectures provides the fundamentals of cybersecurity from the viewpoints of technologies, standards, legulations, and management. We also provides practical hands-on training. This program is a part of activities of Security Informatics Education and Research Center, in the University of Tokyo.

Current courses offered

  • Cybersecurity, in the Spring semester in 2020, 2021, 2022.

Past courses offered

  • Practical cybersecurity, in the A2 term in 2019, 2020, 2021

Industrial Cyber Security ICSCoE Program

From 2017 to 2019, Daisuke assisted to lecture at the ICSCoE (Industrial Cyber Security Center of Excellence), an industrial cyber security education program offered by the Industrial Cyber Security Center of the Information-technology Promotion Agency (IPA) .

The program offers a one year security education curriculum to employees of infrastructure companies (electric power, gas, and roads) and companies from the automobile, steel, petroleum refining, and materials industries.


  • lectures on security and industry standards in foreign countries
  • cyber risk desltop exercise
  • international training program

Graduate Student Education: Lectures and Guidance

New Zealand Unitec Institute of Technology

  • 2013 – 2015: gave special lectures on cyber security
  • taught classes aimed at improving cyber security for end users and end user organizations

University of Tokyo

  • 2011 – 2016: as an Assistant Professor at the Information Technology Center of The University of Tokyo, supported students in the Graduate School of Engineering on research topics related to cyber security and eye movement analysis.


  • The reality of a security incident is “the occurrence of the unexpected”, which demands the ability to understand an entire system, rather than just the surface technology.
  • In looking at information systems, system users, and criminals attacking systems, we want to develop students with the ability to understand from the perspective of security.
  • At the same time as being exposed to actual data from real cyber attacks and threats, we want to develop human resources who can think from a security perspective.