Cyberoam Academy has collaborated with three Tanzanian colleges of Tanzit Institute, Mufundi Institute and Kaps College in training local professionals on network security.
Through its academy, the training seeks to bridge the skill gap in the network security industry by providing certified courses that enhance a professional’s future career prospects.
The Chief of Cyberoam Academy Ajay Nawani, said they are not limiting this tie up purely to areas of training, research and development, but would also participate in joint community outreach programmes and proactively facilitate knowledge sharing in the field of computer networks and network security.
He said his company saw this tie-up not only from a knowledge transfer perspective, but also as a way of sharing our experience and technological achievements with students who will be key drivers of innovation in this domain.
“The purpose of Cyberoam academy is to provide the kind of training that allows recipients to deliver workable, sustainable and comprehensive networking and security solutions customised as per the needs of an organisation,” he said.
The focus is on providing pragmatic courseware that is disseminated in an easy to understand manner. Through its academy, Cyberoam seeks to bridge the skill gap in the network security industry by providing certified courses that enhance a professional’s future career prospects.
For more information about the programs, please visit academy.cyberoam.com The collaboration will help these institutes to provide comprehensive, results-driven Cyberoam certified network security courses to their students.
The idea behind this collaboration is to open a world of possibilities to students of these colleges in the field of network security.
The market for network security is all set to boom in East Africa and there will be an increasing demand for information security professionals.
Currently, Africa suffers from a dearth of professionals with core expertise in network security. This is where a collaboration between Cyberoam and these three leading colleges enters the picture to bridge the gap between demand and supply.
The MOU was signed between Mr Angelo Mfilinge, Vice-Chancellor of the three colleges and Mr Ajay Nawani, Chief of Cyberoam Academy, on behalf of Cyberoam Technologies.
With this association, all three institutes of learning can offer industry-ready network security academic programs to students.Tanzanian economy but also the global economic scenario at some level.
These institutes are looking forward to offering Cyberoam’s renowned network security programs. Displaying a marked enthusiasm for this tie-up.