01/11/2023 - 27/03/2024


About the training

Cyber4all training program is piloted in 3 countries (Romania, France and Sweden) and offers access to a comprehensive range of topics, including network security, cryptography, ethical hacking, incident response, risk assessment, and much more. Through a combination of interactive lectures, engaging workshops, and practical exercises the learners will acquire the skills needed to identify vulnerabilities, analyse threats, and implement effective security measures.

What you will learn?

Our expert instructors, who possess extensive industry experience, guide participants through real-world scenarios and provide them with valuable insights into the latest trends and best practices in the field.

Learners of any gender, age and professional background, need to take an assessment test containing a cyber security skills test where only those with a score of at least 10 points out of 30 will be accepted into the program. Following this, the ones accepted into the programme, will follow 8 module lessons on Cisco NetAcad platform. 

Enrolling in our program

Join us this autumn to kick-start your journey towards a rewarding career in cybersecurity. Gain the knowledge, skills, and confidence needed to protect the digital world. Enroll in our program today and take the first step towards a brighter future.

Take an assessment test by clicking the button below to get into the program. The form contains a cyber security skills test. We inform you that only those with a score of at least 10 points out of 30 will be accepted into the program. IMPORTANT: from the moment you access the form, you have 30 minutes to complete and submit it.

The Romanian enrollments have ended, and the training is ongoing. But for the French and Swedish training, you can still enroll in the courses offered within the Cyber4all program until 15 December 2023.  Any registrations received after this deadline will not be considered for official enrollment in the program. Thank you

Cyber4all Project is funded by the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union, which supports education, training, youth, and sport. In addition to offering grants, Erasmus+ also supports teaching, research, networking, and policy debate on EU topics. The partners involved in the project are:

  • LEXICON from Sweden – the largest private training group which since 1979 has successfully trained people and offered consulting services in IT and business knowledge, among other things. Lexicon works with educational tools and concepts that enable their customers to change and develop their businesses.
  • OpenCertif – a private entreprise in Paris -France. The main activities are the accredidation of certification for center training ; the training about cloud, AI, Data and cybersecurity ; pedagogical engeneering for Higher education schools and design digital learning ; training in cybersecurity and devop’s ; writing a MOOC with Microsoft in cybersecurity ; and implementation all Microsoft program in cyber for the engineer schools. The age groups of learners mostly consists of students, professors and profesional IT practitioners.
  • EOS Foundation Romania (Educating for an Open Society) is a private, non-profit organization. Its main goal is to bridge the digital divide in Romania by helping people realize their full potential through the use of technology. The organization operates projects in two main areas: pre-university education system (training teachers in the use of ICT and working with disadvantaged youth) and the wider community (working with IT and knowledge disadvantaged communities to bring them on board of the information society).

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01/11/2023 – 27/03/2024


English, French


Professional Certification

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