The key aspects of social, economic and military interactions are being increasingly transferred to cyberspace. This increasing dependence on ICT necessitates the development of a cybersecurity system that involves all stakeholders and puts cybersecurity education in the centre of the debate. Intense geopolitical tensions, extensive usage of ICT systems by terrorist organisations and more frequent and serious-in-consequences attacks on critical infrastructure create the need for Europe to build a comprehensive cybersecurity system.

If you are a student or a doctoral student and you would like to participate in the II European Forum Cybersecurity – write a paper devoted to strategic aspects of the cybersecurity and send it till 15th September 2016 to, the maximum volume is 16 000 characters (with spaces). Free passes for the CYBERSEC 2016 will be awarded to the authors of the best papers.