Cybercation – Nordic-Baltic Educators’ Forum is a side event of the Nordic-Baltic Cyber Battle 2022 (NBCB) taking place on 29 October from 12 pm till 3.15 pm in Tartu, Estonia. The forum is organised by the Nordic Council of Ministers' office in Estonia and CTF Tech.
It brings together teachers and educational organizations, whose mission is to support ICT studies in the Nordic-Baltic region. Its goal is to provide a wider forum and growing stage for cyber education, enable international networking for both students and educational institutions and develop long-lasting partnerships.
Cyber security is quickly growing to be a critical aspect in modern societies. We rely on it to have fresh drinking water, uninterrupted power supply, safe traffic, operational education and government, growing businesses and functional financial system.
Yet companies, governments and communities lack talented people, as cyber security is a complex field with a high barrier for entry. Cybercrime on the other hand has become a global phenomenon where criminals can conduct attacks on targets across borders with unprecedented impact.
There is a need to reach out to young people, girls and boys, who may not have an interest in cyber. And the best way doing it is through gamified training and of course the education system – teachers, professors, school directors, policy makers.
Forum is open for participation also on-line! Registration is needed!
Registration deadline is October 16.
Tartu University Academic Sports Club
Address: Ujula 4, Tartu 51008
|12.00 - 12.10||Opening|
Moderator: Mario Mäeots, Associate Professor of Educational Technology Associate Professor of Educational Technology, University of Tartu, Estonia
|12.10 - 12.15||Welcoming|
Christer Haglund, Director of the Nordic Council of Ministers Office in Estonia
|12.15 - 12.35||What does the cybersecurity landscape look like today?|
Andres Sutt, Member of the Parliament of Estonia), Estonia
|12.35 - 12.55||Learning artifacts for cyber crisis education and training|
Grethe Østby, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway
|12.55 - 13.15||Hybrid Cyber Ranges and Socio-technical design teaching platform|
Dr. Stewart Kowalski, Visiting Professor Privacy Information and Cyber Security Center, University of Skövde, Sweden.
|13.15 - 13.30||Break|
|13.30 - 14.15||Panel discussions:|
Current landscape of cyber security education: what and how is done?
Hans Rúnar Snorrason, ICT teacher, Hrafnagilsskóli, Iceland
Ms. Grethe Østby, PhD candidate, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway
Juho Airola, Vice-Principal, Kerttuli Upper Secondary School, Finland
|14.15 - 15.00||Challenges and opportunities for cybersecurity education?|
Dr. Vytautas Evaldas Rudžionis, Head of Information Technologies and Cybersecurity study program, Vilnius University Kaunas Faculty, Lithuania
Dr. Stewart Kowalski, Visiting Professor Privacy Information and Cyber Security Center, University of Skövde, Sweden
Alo Peets, Junior Lecturer of Distributed Systems, University of Tartu, Estonia
Dr. Elda Paja, Associate Professor, Computer Science Department, University of Copenhagen, Denmark
|15.00 - 15.30||Summary, closing words and follow up|
|15.30 - 16.30||Networking|
The forum is moderated by Dr. Mario Mäeots, Associate professor of Educational Technology, University of Tartu, Estonia. .
Forum is open for participation also on-line! Registration is needed.