Representatives of the DonSUIA presented their own development of Cybercentre_bot at the All-Ukrainian fair of youth projects in Kyiv. The event “UNICEF: Youth for Ukraine. Recovery Plan”, dedicated to Ukrainian youth and their proactive response to humanitarian challenges during the war, became a ceremonial closing of the unique UPSHIFT Alumni wave.
Its goal is to bring together young people, representatives of state authorities, embassies of other countries, Ukrainian businesses and non-governmental organizations to jointly develop a vision for the post-war recovery of Ukraine.
The first lady of the country Olena Zelenska became the guest of honor at the meeting. In her address to the participants, she noted that educated people who can think, acquire and apply knowledge are exactly what is needed for victory. The “Cybercenter” team was presented at the fair by the cadets of the faculty of training specialists for pre-trial investigation units of the DonSUIA Mykyta Novik, Mykyta Kononenko, Volodymyr Klymenko and the dean Olga Kovalova. They explained the purpose and functions of Cybercentre_bot and provided step-by-step instructions on how to use it via a QR code.
This developed project will help to quickly get clarification from operators on current issues of informational and cyber security, to report offenses and to seek help from the National Police of Ukraine. Olena Zelenska familiarized herself with the project of the cadets and wished them success in their extremely important work. The project of DonSUIA was also reviewed by the guest of the event – a British actor and UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador Orlando Bloom. The project of the “Cybercenter” team (mentor – Dmytro Zasypka) received the UPSHIFT award in the “Technological solutions” category, which was presented by the adviser of the envoy of the Embassy of Japan in Ukraine Iidzima Yasumasa.