CyberPhish (project n° 2020-1-LT01-KA203-078070 “Safeguarding against Phishing in the age of 4th Industrial Revolution”) partners took part in a meeting in Cyprus on 8 and 9 September. This was the second live and final meeting of the project partners.
The main topics and discussions at the meeting were focused on the remaining activities of the project:
- ongoing pilot training: updated results, findings and approval of future activities and deadlines
- the 6th intellectual output –Methodological guidelines for trainers and for implementation of „Phishing in age of 4th industrial revolution“: approval of future activities and deadlines
- the Multiplier Events: action plans in every Project Partner’s country
- the Project’s dissemination activities.
During the meeting, partners shared their experiences, discussed issues, and made suggestions on how to cope with the challenges.
The Pilot training is aimed at anyone who wants to learn more about online fraud, social engineering techniques, cyber attacks and how to identify the main signs of such threats.
The launched learning environment www.cyberphish.eu/learn allows participants to study in a way that suits them and anyone is welcome to join the course.
Pilot training was scheduled for the end of September in all partner countries – Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Cyprus and Malta.
The Project lasts until November 2022.