CyberCamp-USAL, a cybersecurity awareness program coordinated by the Spanish National Cybersecurity Institute (INCIBE) and the BISITE Research Group of the University of Salamanca, will begin its cybersecurity lectures aimed at employees next Tuesday, 31 October.
Delivered by industry experts and analysts, the lectures are organized into three main themes: secure teleworking, corporate data protection and awareness-raising. In addition to the recorded audiovisual format so that participants can watch them whenever they wish, the courses also include practical exercises designed to test the acquired skills. It is possible to request a certificate of attendance.
In addition to this and the recent "CTF Cybersecurity Competition for companies outside the sector", CyberCamp-USAL has planned a wide range of activities through to 2025, from student and parent training to conferences, workshops, and new competitions. These initiatives are carried out within the framework of the European Union-funded Recovery, Transformation and Resilience Plan funds (Next Generation), which is a project of the Spanish Government that outlines the roadmap for the modernization of the Spanish economy, job creation and a solid, inclusive and resilient economic recovery following the COVID19 crisis, as well as responding to the challenges of the next decade.
Anyone who is interested in participating can sign up for the lectures free of charge by clicking on this link.