Empowering Cybersecurity Education through HackCyte: A Comprehensive Learning Platform


  • Nimisha Doshi Department of Computer Engineering, Vishwakarma University, 411048,Pune, India


Abstract: This paper presents an overview of existing cyber security methods with the objective
of increasing awareness in this critical field. To gather insights, a survey was conducted to assess
people's knowledge and opinions on cyber security. The survey findings serve as the foundation
for proposing a comprehensive solution to facilitate learning cyber security from scratch. The
survey forms were distributed among various educational groups and on diverse social media
platforms. The contribution of this paper lies in enhancing learning outcomes and practical skills
in the field of cyber security. Through thorough analysis and comprehension within the subject,
the drawbacks and regulations of present-day structures were observed. To address these
limitations, the identified disadvantages have been reduced, and our proposed remedy takes into
account the respondents' feedback. Introducing HackCytes, a comprehensive learning platform,
which offers a cutting-edge and engaging approach to cyber security education. The platform
incorporates various tools such as peer-to-peer learning forums, interactive chat bots, and
vulnerability assessment labs. The ongoing need for qualified professionals to protect against
cyber threats and ensure the security of systems and data is emphasized. As the demand for
defense against cyber threats continues to grow, there will be numerous opportunities for
learning and development in the field of cyber security. Cyber security's significance is expected
to increase alongside the widespread use of technology and the internet. With more businesses
and individuals relying on technology for various tasks, the likelihood of cyber attacks and other
threats will also rise.


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Doshi, N. (2023). Empowering Cybersecurity Education through HackCyte: A Comprehensive Learning Platform. Australian Journal of Wireless Technologies, Mobility and Security, 1(1). Retrieved from https://ausjournal.com/index.php/j/article/view/42