Workshop in Paris – Fostering Collaboration and Discussion for the MECyS Project
On the 13th of June, the second workshop of the MECyS project took place in Paris. It was organized by Anemo, a member of the MECyS consortium.
The workshop was designed with the primary goal of fostering a collaborative environment for participants to explore and discuss various aspects of cybersecurity education. It aimed to assess and enhance participant’s knowledge and understanding of key concepts, emerging trends, and best practices in the field of cybersecurity. Through interactive sessions, presentations, and group activities, the workshop facilitated knowledge sharing, networking, and the exchange of ideas among participants from diverse backgrounds and expertise. Participants were categorized by their cybersecurity knowledge into three groups. They collaborated to create tailored learning journeys, defining objectives and milestones. The workshop encouraged sharing insights and best practices to enhance learning tool effectiveness. Partners then presented country-specific learning tools, sparking discussions to determine the best fit for each learner group. This collaborative process aimed to select the most relevant tools, leveraging partners› expertise for tailored solutions. Among these tools were those developed by Digital Trust Competence Center team as a part of the GEIGER project.
More information about MECyS project can be found in our previous post and on MECyS official website.