Bhubaneswar, June 26 (LocalWire): With the increase in cybercrime, the demand for cybersecurity has been growing fast.
To address the issue Digital Talent, a Bhubaneswar based institute, has introduced a number of courses on network and cybersecurity, including ethical hacking.
Highlighting the need to focus on cybersecurity, Digital Talent founder Sruti Ranjan Sahoo said that the ever-evolving digital world has no definite finish line that makes it difficult for universities in India to keep updating their course curriculum and textbooks.
“We at Digital Talent offer professional courses beyond digital marketing and constantly work to keep up with the pace of change to ensure that the curriculum includes the latest concepts and skills of the digital world,” he said.
According to a Forbes report, 1.8 million cyber security professionals will be required by 2022 and there is an urgent need to fill in this gap.
“At Digital Talent we aim to cultivate professionals on Ethical Hacking with focus on cybersecurity skills who would able to support a cyber-secure nation by securing the most important data,” Sahoo stated.
Along with certification on cybersecurity and ethical hacking, the institution also provides placement to students in top companies and MNCs. “We work with MNCs, trading companies, government, different institutions, defence forces, and hospitals, to provide students opportunities to work with them in the field of cybersecurity,” added Sahoo.
The institute also focuses on an industry-oriented security programme to prevent data breaches, ransomware attacks and has malware analysis lab and real-time projects to train students and enhance their knowledge.