Research-related work may be submitted until 31 March, with an extension until 21 April for work related to transfererence, training and educational innovation.
The Secretary of State for Digitalisation and Artificial Intelligence of the Spanish Government participated in this event in Bilbao, which has gathered over 200 experts.
The practical workshops and school routes were attended by more than 4,050 classrooms in educational centres.
It will serve as the contact point in Spain and will cooperate with other relevant actors, industry, the public sector, the academic research community and citizens.
The initiative is part of the School Conferences organised by INCIBE to improve the digital skills of students and teachers.
Around 80,000 young people have benefitted over 14 months from actions to raise awareness, and prevent and respond to risks for the safe use of the Internet and technology.
The project focused on international police coordination on cybercrime and child sexual abuse have generated the digital forensic analysis tool 4NSEEK, which specialises in this specific type of crime.
With this new role, INCIBE consolidates its position as a key agent of trust for the exchange of information among Spanish organizations, fostering greater collaboration
INCIBE collaborates with the University of Castilla-La Mancha organizing this scientific congress