The document defining the professional qualification of I Secure Agent has been completed. The document is one of the results of the Output 3 I secure agent prototype.

The Welten Institute of the Open University of the Netherlands, leader of Outcome 3, has finalized this document with the support of all partners and in particular thanks to the contribution of Effebi and UNWE.

QUALIFICATION TITLE: I Secure Agent
RECOMMENDED EQF/NQF LEVEL: 4- no entry knowledge level is needed

CORE UNITS OF LEARNING OUTCOMES ECVET POINTS
Unit 1 – Protection against incorrect and aggressive behavior in social networks and personal information protection 2
Unit 2 – Elements of Security System (firewall, anti-viruses, contactless devices) 3
Unit 3 –Intellectual Property Rights for Digital Content and ethical behavior in the legal context

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TOTAL ECVET POINTS 6
Update requirements for the overall qualification: every 1 years
(CPD − Continuous Professional Development)
Qualification update: every 2 years

 

The fourth project meeting was held in Seville on 19/20 January 2017. Guests of the spanish partner Inercia Digital, the partners discussed the results of the Output 3: The I Secure Agent prototype and the first phase of Output 4: TEL I Secure eco-system. In particular it was discussed the curriculum for the I Secure Agent and the creation of educational contents. In addition, it was presented the delivery method the course as MOOC. 

The next meeting will be held in Heerlen (NL) on July 2017.

The Welten Institute of the Open University of the Netherlands, partner of I Secure project, organized and hosted the free and open Conference "Digital Risks - Digital Chances" on 13th of December 2016 in Sittar (NL)  www.ecompetence.eu

 

Teachers and parents were invited to the interactive workshops: “School Innovations for Inclusion and Learning-how-to-learn” and “Internet Security in Schools“.

A law for prevention and fighting bullying and cyberbullying was approved by the Chamber of Deputies in Italy.

According to the Istat (National Institute of Statistics) survey in 2014, cited in a report by Save the Children and other 90 subjects of the third sector, 6 percent of respondents said they have suffered unfair actions by text message, email, chat or social networks in 12 months preceding the survey. In Italy 2 million of teenagers spend their days on Whatsapp, Facebook, Instagram and Snapchat and in these last 2 years, the cases of cyberbullying have increased dramatically, as well as the sexting phenomenon, the messages of a sexual nature via SMS and chat. 

Now the law will be debated in the Senate for final approval.