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Cybersecurity is one of the most important and ‘hot topics’ within the European Commission, but the policy level focus, naturally is on Strategic planning at Pan-European level, with a strong focus on IoT, Industry, Digital infrastructure, Education and other fast moving industries and sectors which are vulnerable to cybersecurity and data breaches. This is highlighted by the initiation of a Network of National Coordination Centres, a Cybersecurity Competence Community and a European Cybersecurity Industrial, Technology and Research Competence Centre by the European Commission in 2017. By 2022, cybersecurity ratings will become as important as credit ratings for businesses and websites (Gartner Innovation Insight for Security Rating Services, 2018). It is within this European context that our project focuses on promoting Erasmus+ amongst seniors citizens and older generations at local and regional levels. The aim of the DiSC project is to support elderly individuals in acquiring and developing the basic skills and key competences (based on, and related to the Digital Competency Framework). The project will support and reinforce the development of these key digital competences for all elderly European citizens throughout their life. In a world where technology and, in turn, digital threats, scams and online dangers are developing more quickly each year, partners aim to ensure this underrepresented group are able to benefit from an increased level of self-awareness through the use of innovative learning tools.


As well as raising awareness amongst the target groups, one of the main regional impact envisaged for project is on the attitudes of senior citizens who believe they can not or do not have an impact on the way digital security threats affect them, or that they are too small to make a difference to national and European cybersecurity issues. Therefore, the project will look to raise awareness and re-position the views of both the elderly populations and the ICT educators which train them, by highlighting both the professional and personal benefits of the application of a proactive digital security approach to every day life.

Our Role

Innohive will lead the technical development aspects of the Digital Board Game, leveraging their strategic focus and extensive expertise in the education field. However, their role extends beyond technical development, as they will also play a pivotal part in implementing dissemination activities throughout the project’s lifecycle. In addition to this multifaceted contribution, Innohive is tasked with the responsibility of designing and producing the interactive benchmarking resource for IO2.


Project Name: Disc: Digital Security for senior citizens

Project ID: 2020-1-PL01-KA204-082121

Start Date: 01/12/2020

End Date: 31/05/2023






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This project has been funded with support from the European Commission. This publication reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use that might be made of the information contained therein.
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