Fortinet, a global firm in integrated and automated cybersecurity solutions, is continuing to make significant progress in helping close the skills gap through the NSE training institute programs and its Training Advancement Agenda (TAA).
By increasing the access of training, developing cybersecurity career pathways and connecting individuals to employers, the NSE training institute is making big strides in advancing TAA efforts. The NSE training institute continues to grow globally, serving IT and security professionals and underrepresented populations.
In addition to recently expanding NSE offerings, including the extension of more than 30 free, self-paced technical training courses, the NSE Training Institute welcomes new global partners working alongside Fortinet to close the cybersecurity skills gap.
Rajesh Maurya, Regional Vice President, India and SAARC, Fortinet said,“Fortinet is committed to solving today’s biggest cyber challenges, including addressing the talent shortage the industry faces, as both a technology company and learning organisation. Through our Training Advancement Agenda (TAA), we are working to solve the cyber skills gap by offering training, connecting professionals to employers and forging partnerships to bring untapped talent into the industry. We continue to see the impact of this agenda carried out largely through our NSE Training Institute programs.”