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#CyberSecMonth seminar
Within the context of European Cyber Security Month (ECSM) preparations, the ENISA team is organising several seminars and trainings in order to build up the coalition for Cybersecurity Education action.
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‘Code Week for all’: 3rd week of The European Cyber Security Month!
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‘Creating a Culture of Cyber Security at Work’, second week of The European Cyber Security Month running through October
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Report/Study Collaborative Solutions For Network Information Security in Education
This report, ‘Collaborative Solutions For Network Information Security in Education’, is a continuation of the work undertaken in 2011 which resulted in the publication of the report ‘Network Information Security in Education: Consolidated ENISA contribution’. This report explores ways in which educators can get full use out of information technologies while promoting and providing education on the importance of network information security.
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Cyber security challenges in Europe, workshop
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Cyber Security Month kick- off conference
European Cyber Security Month (ECSM) is a European Union advocacy campaign that takes place in October. ECSM aims to promote cyber security among citizens, to change their perception of cyber-threats and provide up to date security information, through education and sharing good practices. #education #cybersecurity #CyberSecMonth #training
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Report/Study Cybersecurity Skills Development in the EU
This report focuses on the status of the cybersecurity education system and the inability to attract more students in studying cybersecurity and to produce graduates with “the right cybersecurity knowledge and skills”. It argues that many of the current issues in cybersecurity education could be lessened by redesigning educational and training pathways that define knowledge and skills which students should possess upon graduation and after entering the labour market. Four countries – Australia, France, the United Kingdom and the United States – have attempted to rethink cybersecurity degrees using certifications. In this context, ENISA created the Cybersecurity Higher Education Database, which is an interactive database of cybersecurity degrees in EEA countries and Switzerland.
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Digital Agenda Seminar: European Cyber Security Month
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