Cyber in Education

CSA has been working with the National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) as one of its founding Industry partners supporting the Cyber School Hub initiative. CSA has committed to develop and implement ambitious cyber projects and vocational courses to educate, inspire and enthuse students.


CyberPi Projects

The CSA CyberPi Project capability uses the RaspberryPi computer to teach a mixture of STEM and Cyber Security concepts using practical and programming skills. All hardware is contained within a ruggedized case with access to a dedicated website that provides step by step instructions and video guides for both teachers and students.

Each immersive project allows students, and teachers, to receive a greater understanding and experience of cyber security, coding, programming and assembling fully functional projects. The website also features a student designed projects page to enable students the opportunity to build on the skills they have acquired to design and develop their own projects and ideas.



CSA designed the Cyberdea™ Zone to provide a safe and friendly training environment to encourage cyber security education through collaboration and teamwork.

Cyberdea™ provides a cyber working environment that can host up to 24 students to participate in facilitated CyberPi Project workshops, Cyber Offensive training sessions or Cyber Defensive training sessions. Cyberdea™ offers the opportunity for students to be exposed to cyber technologies and principles that would not normally be available within their own educational environment.