Planned Work packages

# Work Package   Task Coordinator Duration
WP1 Preparation Project Design UNS
1.1 Baseline Curricula Report UB, UNS, UNI, VTS M1-M3
1.2 Repository of Information Security Concepts FOI, BME, Polimi M1-M4
1.3 Course Development Plan (CDP) FOI, BME, Polimi M3-M5
1.4 Laboratory Development Plan (LDP) FOI, BME, Polimi M4-M6

 

# Work Package   Task Coordinator Duration
WP2 Development Curriculum Development UNS
2.1 Critical Infrastructure Security BME, Polimi, UNS M13-M21
2.2 Secure Software Development BME, UNS, UNI M6-M12
2.3 Cloud Security Polimi, UNI, UNS M24-M32
2.4 Security and privacy in the Internet of Things FOI, BME, VTS M16-M24
2.5 Advanced Cryptography BME, UNS, UNI M16-M24
2.6 Advanced Network Security BME, UB/ETF M7-M15
2.7 Cyber Security Strategies BME, UB/FON M7-M15
2.8 Security in E-business Systems Polimi, UNS M18-M28
2.9 Risk Analysis and Threat Modelling Polimi, UNS M25-M33
2.10 Cyber Incident Analysis and Response FOI, UB/FON, UNS M9-M17
2.11 Data Mining in Digital Forensics Polimi, UNS, UB/FON M17-M24
2.12 Digital Forensics Tools and Techniques FOI, UB/FON, UNI, UNS M13-M21
2.13 Mobile and Multimedia Forensics FOI, UB/FON M22-M30

 

# Work Package   Task Coordinator Duration
WP3 Development Laboratory Development BME
3.1 Lab Design: Critical Infrastructure Security Laboratory (CIS Lab) BME/Polimi M13
3.2 Lab Design: Digital Forensics Laboratory (DF Lab) FOI M13
3.3 Lab Design: Network Security Laboratory (NS Lab) BME M13
3.4 Lab Design: Cloud Security Laboratory (CS Lab) Polimi M14
3.5 Hybrid CIS, CS and NS Lab implementation (P1) UNS, BME M14-M24
3.6 Hybrid NS and Crypto Lab Implementation (P5) UB, ETF M14-M20
3.7 NS Lab implementation (P6) UNI, BME M18-M24
3.8 DF Lab Implementation (P5) UB, FON M13-M24
3.9 DF Lab Implementation (P6) UNI, FON M25-M30
3.10 DF Lab Implementation (P1) UNS, FON M31-M36
3.11 Hybrid CS and IoT Lab Implementation (P9) VTS, BME M15-M24

 

# Work Package   Task Coordinator Duration
WP4 Development Education Programme Development UB
4.1 MSc Program: Information Security in Critical Infrastructures UNS M31
4.2 MSc Program: Information Security and Digital Forensics UB/FON M27
4.3 Specialization Program: Security in the Cloud and Internet of Things VTS M31

 

# Work Package   Task Coordinator Duration
WP5 Quality Plan 5.1 Quality Plan Polimi M3
5.2 Annual Course Quality Report Polimi M12, M24, M36
5.3 Annual Laboratory Build Report BME M12, M24, M36
5.4 Quality Board Meeting all M9, M15, M21, M27, M33
5.5 External Quality Assessment Polimi M16,M34

 

# Work Package   Task Coordinator Duration
WP6 Dissemination & Exploitation UB
6.1 Dissemination Plan (DP) UB/ETF M2
6.2 Exploitation Plan (EP) UB/ETF M3
6.3 Annual Project Workshop UB/ETF M11, M23, M35
6.4 Mass Media Dissemination UB/ETF & UNS M1-M36
6.5 Security Services Roundtable UB, UNS, UNI, VTS M11, M23, M35
6.6 Web portal setup and maintenance UB/ETF M1-M36

 

# Work Package   Task Coordinator Duration
WP7 Management UNS
7.1 Brussels Kick-of Meeting UNS M2
7.2 Project Kick-off Meeting UNS M3
7.3 Project Steering Committee Meeting all M5, M11, M17, M23, M28, M33
7.4 Project Coordination UNS M1 – M36
7.5 Financial Plan UNS M3
7.6 Interim and Final Report UNS M18, M36

 

 

Planned short and long term impacts, tartget groups/potential beneficiaries, quantitative/qualitative indicators

Short term impact Target groups/potential beneficiaries Quantitative indicators Qualitative indicators
Educational Impact Teaching Staff, Students 60 students enrolled in newly-built MSc programmes State-of-the-art course curricula built during the ISSES project
Educational Impact Teaching Staff, Students 12 students enrolled in newly-built specialization programme State-of-the-art course curricula built during the ISSES project
Educational Impact Teaching Staff, Students 500 students/year benefiting from improved curricula in BSc studies Higher level of information security consciousness in Serbia
Economic Impact Students, Companies, Project Partners 70 students exiting the new MSc and specialization programs Higher level of information security capability in the private sector. Companies able to find highly skilled information security experts.
Project Objectives Reached Students, Teaching Staff, Project Partners, Press & Media 7 new laboratories built, 13 courses built or improved Higher level of information security capability in the private sector
Project Dissemination Stakeholders, Project Partners, Media & Press 6 press and media reports, periodic social network reports, frequently updated Web portal Degree of students awareness measured by questionnaires
Education Impact Teaching Staff, Students, Project Partners, Companies, Public Institutions 13 courses with aligned curricula in information security at 4 major technical HEIs in Serbia Graduates exiting HEIs in Serbia have comparable skills in Information Security
Education Impact Teaching Staff, HEIs No duplication of effort in developing laboratories and curricula in Information Security
Knowledge Transfer Teaching Staff, Students The presence of the EU partners raises the overall Information Security maturity of the teaching staff and students at the Serbian HEIs
Comparable and Measurable Training and Education in Information Security Project Partners, Students, Public Institutions, Private Companies Repository of Information Security with at least 150 concepts. Course and Lab content mapped to concepts.

 

Long term impact Target groups/potential beneficiaries Quantitative indicators Qualitative indicators
Capability to reach the national cybersecurity objectives Stakeholders, Private and Public Institutions, Information Security groups The cybersecurity goals in the 2017 Serbian National Security Strategy are met
No shortages of Information Security experts Project Partners, Public Institutions, Private Companies, Students Unfilled vacancies in Information Security below 10% Public and Private sector needs for experts
Harmonized skillset of experts Students, Project Partners, Public Institutions, Private Companies Graduates at partner HEIs have interchangeable and comparable Information Security skills
Raised Awareness for Information Security Students, Teaching Staff, Project Partners, Public Institutions, Private Companies 3 workshops and 3 roundtables organized Both public and private institutions understand the relevance of information security and the benefit of applying proper security controls
Serbia exports Information Security as a Service Global Information Security Market, Private Companies, Project Partners, Students Number of companies exporting their services. Income from such projects and taxes paid. Highly skilled Information Security experts remain in Serbia and collaborate with clients worldwide
Research Impact PhD Students, Professors, Associated Partners, EU Science Number of published papers in conferences proceedings and journals, after development of the laboratories Impact factor of journals where scientific results will be published.