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What We Do

Engaging Key Players for Advancement in Cyber Education 

CSE Connect engages a wide range of key stakeholders, both nationally and internationally. Through events,  and community problem-solving initiatives, we work to build bridges within the cybersecurity community, driving progress in UK cyber education.

Students, Graduates & Career Changers

Connect with employers, join the Experience Accelerator for valuable work experience, learn to excel in hiring processes, and showcase your skills and achievements.


Connect with students, graduates, and career changers, collaborate on cybersecurity challenges, and inform us about your specific skill and employee needs.

Schools, Colleges & Universities

Engage with a national community, share open-source learning and teaching resources, and contribute to shaping the future of UK Cyber Security Education.

Cyber Security Community

Submit cybersecurity education challenges to the problem book, collaborate on crowd-solving these issues, and create internship opportunities for students and the next generation of cyber experts.

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Cyber Security Education Conference 2024

Join us at the CSE Connect annual conference. Help us shape the future of cyber security education.

University of the West of England | Bristol

2nd July 2024 | 09:00 - 16:00

Discover the Cyber Security Education Problem Book

Our mission is to drive innovation in cyber education by connecting the cyber security community.


Collaborators are encouraged to submit challenges to our cyber security education Problem Book and are welcome to participate in solving these problems alongside community members.

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Explore Our Cyber Security Teaching Resources

Dive into our comprehensive teaching resources, catering from primary school to university, sourced globally from the UK, US, and Europe.

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Secondary Education
An engaging Year 7 cybersecurity lesson plan where students learn cyber basics as investigators on a mission with a fictional alien visitor. 

Contributor: UK Government
Get an extensive Cyber Intelligence Curriculum along with videos, developed by California State University – addressing the serious issue decision-makers face daily 

Contributor: NCyTE
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Aligning Academic & Industry Ceritifcations
Explore the integration of a new penetration testing module into university curricula, aligned with industry certifications in cybersecurity. 

Contributors: Open University & CSE Connect

Join the Mailing List

Connect with the cyber education community through our mailing list. We share announcements, information about events, publications, workshops, boot camps and more.

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