Training of Trainers (ToT) on cybersecurity, more precisely on cyber-hygiene issues is being conducted online for the representatives of the Central Election Commission (CEC) of Georgia and its Training Centre.
Tamar Zhvania, the CEC Chairperson and Keti Maisuradze, Chief of Party of the International Foundation for Electoral Systems (IFES) made opening remarks.
The training course covers the important issues such as elections and cybersecurity, cyber-hygiene guidelines; participants also discuss inter-organizational policies of the cyber-hygiene. Natia Kashakashvili, IFES expert leads the training course.
After successful completion of the training course, participants will ensure the conduct of the training on the above-mentioned topics for the Election Administration (EA) representatives.
Online course organized by the International Foundation for Electoral Systems launched on April 22 and will last 11 days.