Studies estimate that by 2060 at least one in three Europeans will be over 65. The EC argues that digital technology can help older people to stay healthy, independent and active at work or in their community for longer and it helps to improve our quality of life. Changes in the demography require flexibility and scalability in the provision of education, healthcare and elder care services. There is a strong need to educate EU citizens and the elderly on how to access and engage in online activities by experiencing high level of consumer and personal data protection. The e-Protect project addresses the consumer and data protection needs during internet use of the elderly people through their familiarization with the use of ICT tools, by providing them tailored training opportunities that will meet the challenges. The primary target group of e-Protect project which is elderly people (people aged 65+) will be empowered and develop their self-confidence when using the internet and thus support the improved integration in the labour market and society. Adult educators will also be the project’s target group as it is expected during the project to enhance their capacity for quality implementation of innovations in the field of adult learning, especially while working with the elderly population, by using digital tools and services.