Cybersecurity Training and Awareness
Challenges & Objectives
Cybersecurity education and training play an important role in the EU’s ability to provide enough own cybersecurity experts and to retain its sovereignty and technological advantage. To keep the pace with industry and job market, novel cybersecurity study and training programs must be created and the existing ones must be regularly updated. The objective of the Activity 5: Cybersecurity training and awareness is to provide methodologies, tools and knowledge that help universities and training institutions to design, extend and maintain the cybersecurity programs and to raise the awareness about cybersecurity education.
Action & Impacts
The SPARTA Cybersecurity Skills Framework (CSF) that links the Knowledge, Abilities and Skills (KAS) with Work Roles and education Topics is presented here. Using the SPARTA CSF, it is possible to design and/or analyze a curriculum according to the specific requirements of a work role (i.e., a job position) and find a common language for course content description across different institutions.
The Education Map that contains a detailed analysis of more than 80 higher education programs worldwide is presented here.
The Design Methodology and sample Curricula for higher education and professional training are currently being finalized and approved for publication. The expected publication is 8/2020.
The Curricula Designer tool for designing and analysis of study programs with respect to SPARTA CSF is currently being finalized and approved for publication. The expected publication is 8/2020.