PHASES IN the initiative
The Cyber Citizen initiative began in 2022 and will continue to 31.12.2024.
development of the learning model
LEARNING PORTAL, GAME DEVELOPMENT, AND PRODUCTION OF OTHER CONTENT
CYBER CITIZEN SKILLS LEARNING PORTAL AND LEARNING GAME
THE WORK CONTINUES
Aalto University's Cyber Citizen initiative, together with Enisa, is organising a bootcamp for women interested in cybersecurity (and those who have already advanced in the field) on 8-9 June, from 9 am to 5pm on both days (with dinner on Thursday) in Aalto campus...
The Cyber Citizen initiative’s research report about cyber citizen skills in the EU member states is published on 17.2.2023
At 10 a.m. on Friday 17.2.2023, Jarno Limnéll and Niko Candelin will hand the cyber citizen skills initiative Cyber Citizen’s first year results to Minister of Transport and Communications Timo Harakka. The research about cybersecurity education and training for the...
Finland creates an educational package to make cybersecurity a civic skill across the European Union
Researchers at Aalto University are creating an educational package on cybersecurity, which will be shared with all EU countries. Finland has been awarded EUR 5 million for this project from the EU recovery instrument for a three-year period. Cybersecurity awareness...
Antti Orasvuo, an experienced professional in the game industry, joined the Cyber Citizen initiative in the beginning of 2023. His role is to lead the game development side of the initiative. The goal is to create a game, or perhaps even a game world, as part of the...