Kaspersky – one of the leading global cybersecurity company – has partnered with Data Security Council of India (DSCI) – a not-for-profit, industry body on cyber security and data protection in India – for a 3-day certification program that will provide key insights to B2B customers, security engineers, cybersecurity experts, and consultants.
The sessions have been scheduled on Jan 21, Jan 28, and Feb 7, and will be conducted by Kaspersky Academy Trainers from their headquarters along with the DSCI faculty. DCSSE is a program designed for experienced security professionals which will impart knowledge on managing cyber security risks, architecting defence against vulnerabilities, attacks, and incident response; expected to be attended by 100 to 150 participants in each session.
Dipesh Kaura, General Manager, Kaspersky (South Asia), said, “This workshop is a prime opportunity for enterprises and SMBs to learn about the latest cybersecurity insights and know-hows on technical scenarios. Our collaboration with DSCI represents our commitment to assist India in its goals to make businesses secure and build the required awareness related to cybersecurity and the challenges of today’s sophisticated cyber-threats. We are expecting a great response and exceptional interactions from the participants and are looking forward to sharing our expertise with the participants.”
Vinayak Godse, Vice President, DSCI, said, “DSCI has always been keen at building capacity and awareness on contemporary cyber security imperatives in the country. DCSSE is a step ahead in this direction which will impart knowledge, discussions, and necessary skills to security engineers to safeguard their businesses and provide secure solutions. We value our partnership with Kaspersky as this intelligently designed certification program will create expertise in security architecting and solutioning.”
This initiative jointly undertaken by DSCI and Kaspersky is sure to attract cybersecurity enthusiasts and experts alike from all fields and will be a major contributor to helping India achieve its cybersecurity goals.