Our project, dedicated to bridging the skills and gender gap in the cybersecurity sector by training and inspiring students, empowering teachers, and involving parents, has crossed the finish line. Be@CyberPro ended on May 4th, 2021, after being extended by six months. All resources and outcomes… Read More »The Be@CyberPro Erasmus+ project has ended!
The Be@CyberPro project consortium is excited to share the news that since the beginning of the year, our partner the Cork Institute of Technology, has become the Munster Technological University (MTU)!
The Be@CyberPro Videogame is one of the highlights of the Be@CyberPro project and its development has been ongoing since the onset of the project! Find out more about the game here!
Be@CyberPro aims to foster cybersecurity as a career choice among high school students. To do this, the project consortium developed and piloted a dedicated learning platform, containing sets of learning materials aimed at teachers on cybersecurity and cybersecurity careers in English, Spanish, Hungarian and Bulgarian.
Christina Todorova of ESI CEE presented the Be@CyberPro project and its approach to closing the skills and gender gap in the cybersecurity sector within the Women4IT Conference and Tech Week Ireland. The presentation was titled: Multiple Entry Points to Cybersecurity, Data Science and IoT Education for All: The Be@CyberPro and SEnDIng Approach
Cybersecurity is the practice of protecting systems, networks, and programs fromdigital attacks. These cyberattacks are usually aimed at accessing, changing, ordestroying sensitive information, extorting money from users, or interrupting normal business processes. The cybersecurity domain is also one of the fastest growing markets, where all… Read More »Opportunities for Careers in Cybersecurity – an Infographic
5 Hot Cybersecurity Tips for Home Office or Remote Learning During the Covid-19 Crisis – an Infographic
The ongoing Covid-19 pandemic has posed unprecedented cybersecurity challenges. While most of us are juggling having to work or study from home and focusing on our families’ and on our own health and economic wellbeing, cybercriminals have become even more active, finding ingenious ways to… Read More »5 Hot Cybersecurity Tips for Home Office or Remote Learning During the Covid-19 Crisis – an Infographic
Yesterday, on March 22, 2020, ESI CEE carried out a local multiplier event in Bulgaria. The event was organized as a virtual conference, due to the lockdown restrictions in Bulgaria, caused by the need to slow down the spread of COVID-19.
The online course for teachers took part in the period between January 28th, 2020 and February 10th, 2020 and was carried out jointly by ESI CEE and 125th Secondary School “Boyan Penev”. The pilot was conducted with overall 5 participants from the two organizations with the support and active participation of the two teachers, who took part in the short-term joint staff training event in Madrid, Spain, in July 2019.
125th High School “Boyan Penev” in Sofia, Bulgaria, visits the Cybersecurity Lab and the Virtual and Augmented Reality Lab at Sofia Tech Park
A huge thank you to all the students and teachers from 125th High School “Boyan Penev” in Sofia, who visited the Cybersecurity Lab and the Virtual and Augmented Reality Lab at Sofia Tech Park today.