Online course on cybersecurity and cyber-hygiene is underway for the representatives of the Central Election Commission (CEC) and the CEC Training Centre.
Tamar Zhvania, the CEC Chairperson and Keti Maisuradze, Chief of Party of the International Foundation for Electoral Systems (IFES), opened the training and spoke about the importance and goals of the training. The training course covers the important issues such as cybersecurity’s control mechanisms, cyber-hygiene guidelines, and internal-organizational policies of the cyber-hygiene.
Natia Kashakashvili, IFES expert leads the training course. Along with Natia Kashkashvili, the training facilitators are the representatives of the CEC and the Training Centre, who underwent the relevant training in April of this year.
The online course, which is supported and organized by the International Foundation for Electoral Systems, started on June 22 and will last for 5 days. The training is being conducted in four streams and 100 employees of CEC and its Training Centre gradually participate in it.