GFCE Code: G0047
From: Jan 2014
To: Dec 2016
Themes & Topics
Funding: EU Instrument Contributing to Stability and Peace.
Aims: To increase the security and resilience of Information Communication Technologies networks in the beneficiary countries by building and training local capacities to adequately prevent, respond to and prosecute cyber attacks and/or accidental failures.
Target countries: (1) The Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (The Cyber Crime Unit, Ministry of Information Society and Administration, Agency for Electronic Communications – (CERT), Ministry of Interior
University, Macedonian Chamber of Information and Communication Technologies). (2) Moldova (Center of Special Telecommunications of the Republic of Moldova;Cyber Security Center CERT-GOV-MD, Ministry of Internal Affairs, Cyber crime Unit, E-Government Centre/ Government CIO Office, National Center for Protection of Personal Data University. (3) Kosovo* (ARKEP – The Kosovo* Telecommunications Regulatory Authority, Directorate for Investigation of Organized Crime – Cyber Crime Investigation Unit, Office of the President and the Prime Minister, The Cyber Crime Unit – Ministry of Interior, Regulatory Authority of Electronic and Postal Communications (CERT), Agency of Information Society, National Agency for Protection of Personal Data, Ministry of Justice, University.
Activities: (1) Component 1: CERT Capacity Building. Support on establishment/strengthening of operational CERTs units. Facilitation of joint cybersecurity exercises Advice on development of specific curriculum/training course for CERT officers. (2) Component 2: Cybersecurity strategies and awareness raising. Advice on creation and adoption of national cybersecurity strategies (including advice on policy, financial and legal implications). Advice on raising awareness on cybersecurity, including organisation of national and international workshops for decision makers and a closing conference (3) Component 3: enhancing Cooperation: PPPs and International cooperation. Enhance cooperation between government and private sector on cybersecurity and advice on creation of new flexible and updated academic curricula including computer science (CS), and science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) degrees. Cooperation with international bodies in the field of cybersecurity
Facilitation of participation in international events on cybersecurity for the CERTs and 24/7 points of contact
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