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Pages: 1618-1623
Publication year: 2018
ISBN: 978-84-09-05948-5
ISSN: 2340-1095
doi: 10.21125/iceri.2018.1365

Conference name: 11th annual International Conference of Education, Research and Innovation
Dates: 12-14 November, 2018
Location: Seville, Spain

MODERN LEARNING METHODS USING IN CYBERSECURITY ADULT EDUCATION

A.M. Udroiu, A.V. Vevera

National Institute for Research and Development in Information (ROMANIA)
The national strategic objectives in ICT need the cyber security capabilities and standards as the foundation of a safe environment and society that every user can access and benefit with maximum trust. On the basis of cyber security needs for Romania stands the cyber security education. The National Institute for Research and Development in Information (ICI) Bucharest is willing to develop a series of projects that will support and help Romania achieve its ICT national strategic goals.

By extending the existing Forensic Lab in the ICI based on project with South Coreea, it was established the Information Security Training Centre (ISTC) which will create the well-educated instructors who will deliver the information security training to the public and private sector. The significant function and goal of ISTC is to foster information security personnel and provide them where they are needed.
The curricula provide courses that trainees who want to work in a field of information security must learn to be prepared for the real IT field. The courses are closely connected to a related field. The curriculum combines the theoretical education that becomes the basis and a practical education so that it is not weighted to learn theory and is not only focusing on learning simple commands. The curricula have been established to educate trainees the countermeasures of hacking and security defend that based on the scenario that connected to executive ability.

There are two ways of implementing the hands-on training contents. One is the stand-alone type, which enables simultaneous operation. The other is deploying the contents of the Cyber Forensic Lab. Each option has merits and demerits on one hand or the other, following is the case of stand-alone. We recommend the standalone type that allows independent operation and free-from-interruption incurred by the other process like cyber scenario or simulation.

The ISCT is based on:
• an open system configuration which are formed by main system &grading system, the scenario editor and the instructor system.
• training curricula which have four major themes with one or more courses per theme. Each course is divided into: theoretical content, theory + Hands-on content, and scenario-based exercise content, depending on the learning content.

The screened-based exercise content is based on a virtual environment built on a pre-populated basis based on a content that can comprehensively evaluate the contents of each course. The progress and results of the screen-based Hands-on Lab content can be easily identified in the control centre (CC). The CC is an ecosystem of cyber information protection centers that allow both online and practical learning to be conducted. The trainee receives ID from the CC and carries out the theory and practice of viewing videos. The results of each trainee's academic achievement and evaluation are managed online and can be easily checked by the administrator.

Through our experience, linguistic talent and technical talent are often not in the same place. Also, traditional style of lecture could make trainees bored easily and it is quite for sure to have trainees in the same class with different knowledge level. To solve these two different issues, we have tried many different ways of training and have gotten to a conclusion which is Flipped Class. This type of classroom provides the significant level of satisfaction for all trainees and a good communications between trainees and trainers in learning process.
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title = {MODERN LEARNING METHODS USING IN CYBERSECURITY ADULT EDUCATION},
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A.M. Udroiu, A.V. Vevera (2018) MODERN LEARNING METHODS USING IN CYBERSECURITY ADULT EDUCATION, ICERI2018 Proceedings, pp. 1618-1623.
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