CU Center for Cyber Security is a winner of the 2022 Targeted Grant Competition for the Promotion of Science

11 July 2022

The Cyber ​​Security Center of Caucasus University and the Scientific Cyber ​​Security Association - SCSA won the 2022 targeted grant competition for the promotion of science, which is financed by the Shota Rustaveli National Science Foundation of Georgia.


Project Name: Cyber ​​Security CISCO Academy for Kids.


The aim of the project is to raise awareness of cyber security among school-aged children and provide them with practical security skills. In hybrid mode, the trainees will have access to all modern device emulators/simulators, through which they will acquire the basic skills of configuring and programming Cisco devices, such as network intrusion and prevention system - IPS, network intrusion detection system - IDS, network filter, firewall.


The head of the project is the professor of the Caucasus University, the director of the Caucasus Cyber ​​Security Center Maxim Yavich.


Project coordinator: Deputy Director of Caucasus Cyber ​​Security Center, Dr. Giorgi Iashvili.


International project consultant: Professor Audrius Lopata.


Key personnel: Professor Avtandil Gagnidze and Archil Shengelia.


Project manager: Diana Popova.