The National Authority for Electronic Certification and Cyber Security in cooperation with the Joint Project of the European Union and the Council of Europe -iPROCEEDS-2, organised the innovative activity "Cyber Camp Albania", on 6 – 8 December.
"Cyber Camp" was aiming to promote an unique online platform for blocking access to websites with illegal and harmful content as well as to educate and guide youth towards cyber security market”.
During the three-day event, national and international experts shared best practices and experience with representatives of the State Police, National Authority for Electronic and Postal Communications, Tirana Prosecutor's Office, Ministry of Justice, Commissioner for Personal Data Protection and the Right to Information, Audio Visual Media Authority, State Agency for Defense of Children's Rights and 45 high school youth.
In their opening remarks, the Minister of Defense of Albania, the representative of the Council of Europe and other national stakeholders, highlighted the importance of cooperation for building a cyber-protected and developed society.
"We are proud to follow the developments in the European Union regarding the increase of the level of cyber security and reliability in the provision of services and the increase of the level of child safety on the Internet, as one of the pillars of the National Strategy for Cyber Security, said the General Director of AKCESK.
iPROCEEDS-2 project webpage
National Authority for Electronic Certification and Cyber Security webpage