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Cyber-security training at Bbsr institute

With the increase of cyber frauds, individuals across the world are willing to secure their personal data to the maximum possible extent.

Statesman News Service | Bhubaneswar |

To meet the challenge of increasing cyber security intrusions in industries, ‘Digital Talent’, a Bhubaneswar based institute providing professional training in the field of Digital marketing has introduced a plethora of Ethical Hacking courses modules of industry standards in Bhubaneswar.

Along with certification on Ethical Hacking, Digital Talent also provides placement opportunities to students in top companies and MNCs.

Sruti Ranjan Sahoo, Founder of Digital Talent said, “It is a hard task for Universities in India to go on updating their text books with this ever-changing universe.

Therefore one of the key functions of Digital Talent is to keep up with this pace and ensure that the curriculum being taught always encompasses the latest concepts and skills of the digital world.”

According to a Forbes report by the Center for Cyber Safety and Education, unfilled cyber security jobs are expected to reach 1.8 million by 2022, up by 20% from 1.5 million in 2015.

Sahoo added, “With the increase of cyber frauds, individuals across the world are willing to secure their personal data to the maximum possible extent.

As such, the cyber security skills gap in the country is a matter of concern at present and needs to be addressed with immediacy . At Digital Talent we aim to cultivate professionals on Ethical Hacking with focus on cyber security skills who would able to support a cyber-secure nation by safeguarding the most important data.