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Many study programs at universities nowadays are interdisciplinary in their very nature. Still, there are different "levels" of interdisciplinarity. Setting up and running interdisciplinary study programs should start from a clear understanding of these different levels. The talk explains important details about these different levels using two interdisciplinary study programs running at the University of Belgrade, Serbia. It also walks through the concept of interdisciplinarity in the area of cyber terrorism and cyber warfare, touching also upon practical issues of cyber security in general and using examples to illustrate these issues. The introductory part of the talk will present the University of Belgrade from the perspective of interdisciplinary study programs and ongoing research.