Cyber Education (CyEd 2018) Challenges and Opportunities
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Cyberspace – an interactive domain of digital networks and controllers. Our interactions in a highly connected world have far reaching consequences. As more and more devices are connected to this digital network, issues of individual privacy, security of systems become more important. For the governments, it becomes imperative to provide a safe and secure environment for its citizens to conduct their daily lives, critical infrastructure to operate effectively and industries to flourish in a vibrant economy. A robust policy accompanied by a legal framework fit for purpose will enable a safe and secure environment. National strategy has quite rightly identified the importance of education in providing safe environment.
This conference aims to provide an ideal platform to discuss some of the challenges in developing appropriate educational programmes ranging from appreciation and awareness level to master level programmes. Active participation from all sectors is expected including, government, police, industry, MOD, finance, health service, and national infrastructure.
Call for Papers
Expert speakers are being invited from a wide base but if you would like to present a paper on a topic you feel is relevant to any of the themes above, please submit an unclassified abstract of around 200 words by e-mail to Leanne by no later than Friday 26th January 2018. Papers should be planned to take 20 minutes to present followed by 10 minutes for questions.