TRAINING | Security in cyberspace

As part of Crisis Skills Month, the Crisis Research Centre and Tallinn’s Kopli 93 Community Centre will offer a free, two-day cybersecurity course with a hands-on component on April 19th and 20th.

Smart devices have made people worry about security in new places, like the internet. You can face threats in the online world, such as spam, identity theft, and information warfare. What to watch out for in a more serious crisis and how to reduce threats when things are calm? How can you use your smart device to your advantage instead of against you?
The trainer will be Erki Naumanis, a cyber security expert with a Master’s degree in cyber security from Tallinn University of Technology and a lot of experience in IT security at different companies. There is no cost for the training, which will be held in Estonian. Everyone who takes part will get a certificate.

The Civil Society Foundation is supporting the Kopli 93 project on behalf of the Estonian Ministry of the Interior.

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