The Indian Dutch Cyber Security School is an online programme designed to educate participants on the field of cybersecurity, while facilitating the cooperation between the Municipality of The Hague, and the Indian states of Telangana and Karnataka. The programme consists of live lectures and assignments, called “challenges”, that cover aspects of cybersecurity including ethics, accountability, hardware security, incidents’ response, data protection, norms and governance. This year’s Cyber Security School will focus on the topics of the Internet of Things and Critical Infrastructures.
The Indian Dutch Cyber Security School will run through the months of September, October and November. Due to the coronavirus pandemic, the courses will be conducted online through the platform of Blackboard. Interested parties can apply if they fulfill the following criteria:
- Be an Indian or Dutch student, studying in India or in The Netherlands;
- Be a Master’s student or PhD candidate studying in the fields of technology, policy and/or law;
- Have a technical, policy, and/or legal background.
More information can be found on the website of the Indian Dutch Cyber Security School: https://www.thehagueindiasummerschool.org/
The Cyber Security School is also active on Twitter: https://twitter.com/IDCSS2020