Project on cyber security was started

Kazimieras Simonavičius University together with 7 international partners started to implement the project “Investigating, Developing And Providing Awareness About Innovative Lesson Syllabus Implemented in Cyber Security Technologies in Information Technologies” which is financed under Erasmus+ Programme (Key Action 2 for Strategic Partnership).

Project partners:

  • Zonguldak Mesleki ve Teknik Anadolu Lisesi, Turkey (the leading partner)
  • Bülent Ecevit University, Turkey
  • Buckinghamshire New University, UK
  • Kazimieras Simonavičius University, Lithuania
  • Institute for Work and Technology, Germany
  • Asociación Empresarial de Ingeniería y Formación, Spain
  • EPRALIMA Vocational School of Alto Lima, Portugal
  • Ud’Anet Srl, Italy

On 15-17 March representatives of all project partners participated in the kick-off meeting where the plan of activities implementation was set, and responsibilities were allocated among the partners.

The main aim of the project is to develop innovative and technological cyber security curriculum in vocational schools and increase the awareness among people in cyber security.

It is foreseen to create the following intellectual outputs:

  • Cyber Security Lesson Curriculum
  • E-Learning Platform
  • Cyber Security Book
  • Cyber Security Education Curriculum QR Code Application
  • Reviewing and Analysing European Practice in Cyber Security Education

Also there will be organized 3 conferences (in UK, Germany and Turkey) and training for the participating organisations in the end of the project, when all intellectual outputs are ready.

The project will be implemented on 30.11.2018.