The University of Georgia and Tallinn University of Technology signed the cooperation memorandum, aiming to raise public awareness about cybersecurity. Within the framework of the memorandum, for the first time in Georgia, a visiting lecturer from Tallinn University of Technology will share international experience and knowledge with Georgian Students.
Cybersecurity is no longer a privilege for the people who form the information society, it is important for CEOs, for politicians. This is a crisis due to a virus that can enter the system through subtle and targeted attacks. The main question we face is: what do we do at this time and what knowledge should we have during a cyber attack?
Therefore, raising awareness about cyber-attacks is necessary not only for students who are mastering new knowledge and paving the way in the profession, but also important for all organizations and leaders. After knowing this issue, a person will have the ability to help analyze the subject properly and eliminate the problem.