The CyberCamp-USAL programme, launched by the Spanish National Cybersecurity Institute (INCIBE) and the University of Salamanca through the BISITE Research Group, continues to add activities to its extensive cybersecurity awareness programme.

This April, talks will be given at different educational centres in the province of Salamanca. During these talks, BISITE's cybersecurity experts will provide students with the tools, resources and experiences adapted to different age groups to try to ensure the digital health of minors on the Internet. The activities will be aimed at students aged 6-8 years, 9-13 years and 14-17 years, on the following dates and in the following centres:

  • 4 April: Students aged 14-17 at IES Venancio Blanco.
  • 5 April: Students aged 6-8 and 9-13 at Centro Concertado Pizarrales.
  • 10 April: Students aged between 6-8 and 9-13 at CRA de Doñinos (Parada de Arriba).
  • 12 April: Students aged 6-8 and 9-13 at CRA Doñinos.
  • 29 April: Students aged 9-13 at CEIP Filiberto Villalobos.

This initiative adds to the wide range of activities that CyberCamp-USAL is running from March 2023 to the end of 2025. In recent months, the programme has already brought cybersecurity closer to vocational training centres and parents of students, in addition to other talks for employees, webinars and competitions such as Capture The Flag. You can find more information about CyberCamp-USAL on its website.

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