Starting from 2022, the first edition of the International Cyber Lab at the Black Sea (#CyberLabBlackSea) will take place in Vama Veche, Romania. By participating in the Cyber Lab one will go through an intense programme that allows participants to gain practical understanding of cyber security. During the Cyber Lab, participants will experience gamified learning, namely work on challenging hands-on cases provided by experts from international organisations.
More details will follow closer to the date, for questions please contact the initiator of the project D. Catalui via e-mail below.
APPLY as participant:
To be updated soon.
Dr. Claire VISHIK, INTEL / as General Chair for CyberEDU call for papers
Prof. Dr. Udo HELMBRECHT, University of Munich
Marco THORBRUGGE, senior cyber security scientist
Manuela CATRINA, European School Ovidiu Sincai
Mikko KARIKYTO, Ericsson
Dan CIMPEAN, CERT RO
PRECUP Silvana, cybersecurity strategy professional
CATALUI Daria, cybersecurity awareness professional
LEGUESSE Yonas, University of Malta
ROTARIU Mihai, CERT RO
STANESCU Radu, Sandline
Call for partnering organisations from public and private sectors. By sponsoring the Cyber Lab from its first edition you have the chance to support an innovative programme and get to know top talents in cyber.
The CyberLAB sponsorship packages are categorized as bronze, silver and gold. Each sponsorship package is described below, including sponsorship requirements and privileges.
Contribution of 3.000€
Contribution of 4000€
Contribution of 5.000€ or more
CyberLAB general Context
What is gamified cyber training? In the cyber security world, highly skilled human resource is scarce (Harvard Business Review-HBR, 2017). Good training for on-the-job professionals is essential according to HBR. Cyber education refers to face-to-face training, demos, quizzes, educational articles, but particularly game-based learning. An exemplification for better understanding could be found in references like CyberReadyGame, the Network and Information Security quiz (ENISA), and the Network and Information Security Education map (ENISA). But gamification is introduced in cyber education also in the form of table-top cyber exercises like Cyber Europe or Locked Shields and different other facilitated exercise games.
By using cyber security, we refer to the international standard (International Telecommunications Union ITU recommendation -T X.1205, approved in 2008). Cyber security strives to ensure the attainment and maintenance of the security properties of the assets against relevant security risks in the cyber environment. Of course, the interesting part in the current work is the training and education subtopic in cyber security.
EU Agency -ENISA, Network and Information Security quiz, 2016, www.enisa.europe.eu
EU Agency -ENISA, Network and Information Security Education map, 2017, www.enisa.europe.eu
EU Agency -ENISA, Cyber Europe exercise, 2018, www.enisa.europe.eu
European Commission, CyberReadyGame, article published in 2018, accessed in April 2019, https://www.betterinternetforkids.eu/web/portal/practice/awareness/de tail?articleId=3296029
Catalui D. (2017), Cyber security education in public administration. Case study on gamification methods used in Europe, published in EDULEARN 2017 proceedings
Deterding, S., Dixon, D., Khaled, R., &Nacke, L., 2011, From Game Design Elements to Gamefulness: Defining Gamification. In Proceedings of the 15th International Academic MindTrek Conference: 9–15. New York, NY: Association for Computing Machinery.http://dx.doi.org/10.1145/2181037.2181040
Harvard Business Review, article Cybersecurity Has a Serious Talent Shortage. Here’s How to Fix It, 2017, accessed April 2019 https://hbr.org/2017/05/cybersecurity-has-a-serious-talent-shortagehere… .
International Telecommunication Union- ITU (May, 2017), retrieved from: http://www.itu.int/en/ITU-T/studygroups/20132016/17/Pages/cybersecurity….
Day 1 Introduction into cyber world: cyber game
Day 2 Law and policy in action: cyber game
Day 3 Incident response in action: cyber game
Day 4 Futuristic cyber world: cyber game
The 1st edition of the International CyberLAB at the Black Sea will be supported as following:
- facilitation by Aspen Institute Romanian and its Young Leaders Network.
- academic partner for promotion ARASEC/RAISA.
- logistics will be handled by the team at Danube.EDU youth NGO.