[isc2-pl] Fwd: Invitation tocollaborate - European project in the contex of Horizon DS-7-2017
martin.simka w isc2chapter-poland.com
Czw, 8 Cze 2017, 07:06:20 CEST
czy jest ktoś zainteresowany pracą nad projektem opisanym niżej?
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From: Massimo Ficco <Massimo.FICCO w unicampania.it>
Date: 7 June 2017 at 14:51
Subject: RE: Invitation tocollaborate - European project in the contex of
To: Martin Simka <martin.simka w isc2chapter-poland.com>
I prefer involve (ISC)2 in the consortium as partner,
so I think that it should be involved several ISC2 members.
you should support the definition of a curriculum
designed according to some cybersecurity certification standard,
which must be 'mapped' on the customized training exercises
to be implement in the proposed solution.
Moreover, I think that you can contribute to the definition of a
the student assessment, as well as exploitation and validation of results.
Other contributions are welcome.
Let me know.
*Da:* Martin Simka [martin.simka w isc2chapter-poland.com]
*Inviato:* mercoledì 7 giugno 2017 12.07
*A:* Massimo Ficco
*Cc:* martin.simka w isc2chapter-poland.com
*Oggetto:* Re: Invitation tocollaborate - European project in the contex of
this sounds interesting, thank you reaching me. Are you interested to have
more people to join the project - members of the (ISC)2 Poland Chapter?
On 5 June 2017 at 13:52, Massimo Ficco <Massimo.FICCO w unicampania.it> wrote:
> Dear Martin Simka,
> I work at Department of Industrial and Information Engineering of
> University of Campania Luigi Vanvitelli in Aversa (Italy),
> I teach "Reliability and Security of Complex Software Systems".
> As University, we are organizing a partnership to participate in the Call
> Horizon 2020 DS-7-2017.
> The call objective is develop innovative simulation environments and
> training materials,
> in order to adequately prepare security personal with defending high-risk
> organisations to counter advanced cyber-attacks (I attacked the call).
> Currently, the consortium involves: our university, the laboratory of
> cybersecurity of CINI (National Interuniversity consortium for Informatics)
> which involves 34 Italian Universities, and the security units of Atos
> (Spain), XLAB (Slovenia), JYVSECTEC (Finland).
> As a first contact, I would like to know if you are interested.
> If so, I can send you more details about the proposal, and then,
> we can define your role in the consorciuom.
> I await your news.
> Best regards,
> Massimo Ficco
> Martin Simka
> Email: martin.simka w isc2chapter-poland.com
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