The role of the educational curriculum in improving cybersecurity, prospects for changes in the future of cybersecurity, and international experiences in improving cybersecurity were discussed during a forum on Monday on the sidelines of the Cybersecurity Education Curriculum Launch Ceremony, bringing together local and international experts in the fields of cybersecurity, Education and academic curriculum. Sheikha Latifa Khalid al-Thani, Executive Director of Education at Microsoft Qatar, attended the first session and spoke about the importance of curricula for improving the reality and indicators of cybersecurity and digital security at the national level. Engineer Khalid Mohamed al-Hashimi, Director of National Cyber Empowerment and Excellence Affairs at the National Cyber Security Agency (NCSA), spoke on *The National Cyber Security Agency’s experience in the curriculum. dr Qatar University Associate Professor Noura Hamad Fetais was found Secretary General of the Arab Association for Cybersecurity at the League of Arab States to speak on *educating children about the dangers of the internet and the role of the family in fostering a culture of cybersecurity in children .Dr. Haitham bin Hilal al-Hajari , Head of Cybersecurity at the National Center for Information Security in Oman, spoke about *Training on the Responsible and Safe Use of Information Technology. Brenda Hiplick, UNICEF Regional Education Advisor for the Middle East and North Africa, spoke on *The Role of the Education Curriculum in Dealing with Evolving Cyber Threats The second session was moderated by Engineer al-Hashimi, who spoke on *The Basics of Dealing with the evolving cyber threat tools spoke in the light of advanced technologies and artificial intelligence. Engineer Badr bin Ali al-Salhi, President of the Regional Cybersecurity Center and Director of the Oman National Center for Information Safety, focused on *The size of the global cybersecurity market. dr Gabriel Oligre, Professor at the College of Science and Engineering (CSE) at Hamad Bin Khalifa University (HBKU), spoke about * Modern cyber threats and mechanisms to deal with them through specialized curricula. a senior researcher at HBKU’s Qatar Computing Research Institute (QCRI) spoke about *The future of cyber threats. The third session was hosted by Professor Roberto Di Pietro, Lecturer in Cybersecurity at HBKU CSE, who spoke on *The main experiences of developed countries in improving cybersecurity .Dr. Rayan Ali, Professor in the Department of Information Technology and Computing at HBKU CSE, spoke about *The Human Factors in Cybersecurity. dr Mohamed Abdulla, Associate Professor at QCRI, spoke on “The Main Arab Efforts to Improve Cybersecurity”.