The Iberoamerican University Foundation (FUNIBER) will organize, on December 12 at 4:00 p.m. (CET), the webinar: “The installation of telecommunication networks and their security”
The session will be taught by Miguel López Coronado and Zoraida Frías and is integrated in the Jean Monnet Chair “Telecommunications Policy in the EU and the Information Society” offered by the Universidad Europea del Atlántico (European University of the Atlantic, UNEATLANTICO).
The webinar will focus on the TEN-TELECOM program, a community action created with the aim of co-financing projects for the implementation of trans-European telecommunications networks, which favors the consolidation of the internal market and contributes to the achievement of the European Union’s economic and social cohesion objectives.
The session will also focus on privacy and security in the post-Snowden era, following the revelation of the existence of global surveillance systems.
The event is held in collaboration with the Universidad Internacional Iberoamericana de Puerto Rico (International Iberoamerican University, UNIB), the Universidad Internacional Iberoamericana de México (International Iberoamerican University of Mexico, UNINI Mexico), the Fundación Universitaria Internacional de Colombia (International University Foundation of Colombia, UNINCOL), the Universidade Internacional do Cuanza (International University of Cuanza, UNIC), and the Universidad de La Romana (University of La Romana, UNIROMANA).
The conference is free-of-charge and open to anyone interested in the topic. It will be broadcast live in each country where FUNIBER is present. Broadcast schedules are available at this link. Registration is required to participate:
If you are interested in receiving the complete training of the chair, you can find more information at this link. To earn the certificate of achievement and the credits associated with this chair, enrolled students must design an application that gamifies learning about the European Union under the direction and supervision of the teachers.
The objectives of the Jean Monnet Chairs, which are specialized teaching positions in EU studies for university professors and associate professors, include enhance EU studies through specialized programs; conduct, monitor, and supervise research on EU-related topics across all educational levels; train and advise the upcoming generation of educators and researchers; and offer expert guidance to future professionals in European affairs.
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