Cyber hygiene project at the University of Sarajevo completed
From May to August 2021, the University of Sarajevo implemented a project dedicated to cyber hygiene and safety of university students, whose creator is the Civilian Research and Development Foundation, and implements it with the support of the US State Department.
The project consisted of two parts: an online course on cyber security challenges and protection against hacker attacks. The course was attended by over 300 students from almost all organizational units of the University of Sarajevo.
At the end of the course, on 9 August 2021, the second part of the project was realized: a question-and-answer session (Q&A session). At the beginning of the session, the students who achieved the best success in testing the knowledge after completing the course were: Agović Velid (Academy of Fine Arts), Dučić Enida (Faculty of Law), Ajla Džinić (Faculty of Electrical Engineering), Arman Lukač (Faculty of Natural Sciences and Mathematics ) and Tanović Menna (Faculty of Law). During the session, students discussed the importance of education on cyber security, the advantages and disadvantages of online courses, participation in advanced education and the usability of acquired knowledge. The students especially praised the structure and content of the course, emphasizing its interactivity, interest, usability and quality.
Project coordinators Harun Išerić and Nasir Muftić, assistants at the Faculty of Law, University of Sarajevo, express their gratitude to students for their participation and interest in this project, as well as the Rectorate and deans and academic staff of the University, as well as student associations that participated in the promotion. course and encouraging their students to be part of this international project.