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The six-year program at Bauman Moscow State Technical University provides an interesting model for cybereducation and cybertraining. Figure 1 shows how different elements of education relate to each other.
Enable exchange visits of university scholars studying cybersecurity. The working group believes that academic exchanges are the best way to get experience with alternative curricula for cybersecurity. Summer internships and programs for students (graduate and undergraduate), instructors, and researchers are included in this possibility.