Pune: Cyber Security training major, WhizHack technology eyes Pune as the next big cyber security personnel destination in India that will churn out skilled Cyber defense professionals that would cater to the job market nationwide and also globally.
WhizHack offers a wide range of Cyber Security Training Programs which are robust not just in terms of course content but an unmatchable depth of knowledge as well. India first Dual Certificate program in Advanced Cyber Defense, a IIT Jodhpur TISC WhizHack, powered by Cybint, Israel, a six-month long programme priced at INR 2,25,000+GST brings in a blend of live mentoring by IIT Jodhpur faulty and self-paced learning by the Isreali counterparts. It employs personalized cloud based live labs with latest hacking tools.
The program is aligned with National Initiative for Cybersecurity Education (NICE), the Cybersecurity Workforce Framework in the US and CompTIA Security+ Course. WhizHack is a top cyber security employer and they absorb a lot of students for their operations in India and abroad and also assist in placements in top security companies. Selection to this program is based on academic and personal profiles
He further added, “WhizHack’s courses have a robust depth of knowledge and conceptual understanding and we have adopted global best practices which we would be imparting to our students. We have forged strong associations with IITs in India, MIT in the US and Israel, the mesh of cyber crimes cannot of contained only with local knowledge, our associations gives our students the required edge. Cyber Security is a geographically agnostic field, i.e. your skillsets can enable you to cross borders and be equally relevant in a more remunerative country, provided your certificates are of a global standards, at Whizhack we ensure Global Standards in Certification alongside the usage of industry ready commercial tools and projects in our curriculum. Taking a step forward we engage without our students in active mentoring beyond course tenue and extend employment support”.
Cyber security jobs are in high demand especially with the evolution of technology. The Bureau of Labor Statistics reports on the quick growth of this sector which is projected at a 37 percent growth rate from the years 2012 to 2022, which is a much higher growth rate than other industries. Salaries have also recorded a whopping growth of 350 per cent from 2013 to 2021.
The International Information System Security Certification Consortium (ISC)2 Cybersecurity Workforce Study estimates that the total number needed in the public and the private sector is estimated to be around 4 million. These numbers prove that when it comes to job security one can’t really go wrong if one has successfully completed cyber security training certification.
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