The draft rules for the provision of subsidies for the & nbsp; development and & nbsp; implementation of a program to improve the digital literacy of the population has been published. He was introduced by the Mincifry. Subsidies will be provided to legal entities that & nbsp; which have experience in implementing projects in the & nbsp; field of digital literacy and & nbsp; cyber hygiene. The decision will be made on the & nbsp; results of the competitive selection.
“ Personal digital literacy is becoming an essential prerequisite for working in an online environment. Sometimes visiting unsafe sites, the inability to recognize frankly fraudulent actions in & nbsp; networks bring serious troubles to the user, including & nbsp; including those affecting personal data, which are the main value of a citizen in & nbsp; cyberspace & raquo;, & nbsp; & mdash; said Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Chernyshenko … He also noted that several projects on & nbsp; IT education and & nbsp; increasing the level of digital competencies are already being implemented within the & nbsp; framework of the Digital Economy program. The new & nbsp; project is aimed at increasing the level of awareness of citizens in & nbsp; issues of personal information security. In & nbsp; 2022, the state will allocate 200 million rubles for educational events. In total & nbsp; until & nbsp; 2024, the investment will amount to 600 million rubles, Dmitry Chernyshenko noted.
The winner of the competition will have the task & nbsp; & mdash; develop a plan for the implementation of the program until & nbsp; 2024 & nbsp; year. In & nbsp; next year, it is planned to launch a service for increasing cyber literacy, designed for & nbsp; civil servants. In addition, the winning organization will have to deal with a comprehensive information company, which is designed for & nbsp; different age groups, will include in itself the creation of educational and entertaining content, and & nbsp; also promotion in & nbsp; social networks and & nbsp; on & nbsp; socially significant resources.
The program will cover 8 & nbsp; 8 million people in & nbsp; in & nbsp; 2022, of which 700 thousand are civil servants.