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EC-Council joins hands with IANT to train IT professionals

Press Trust of India  |  New Delhi 

EC-Council, provider of certifications and training in the information security world- wide, has entered into a partnership with a city-based institute to address the increasing demand for cyber security professionals in the country.

EC-Council has joined hands with Institute of Advance Network Technology (IANT) to train about 10,000 students across the country.

According to studies, needs 4.7 lakh cyber security professionals by 2015.

"This partnership will help us educate students and better their knowledge in the cyber security domain...This will be an excellent opportunity to build the future of a cybersecure India," IANT chairman Rahim Kherani said.

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EC-Council joins hands with IANT to train IT professionals

EC-Council, provider of certifications and training in the information security world- wide, has entered into a partnership with a city-based institute to address the increasing demand for cyber security professionals in the country. EC-Council has joined hands with Institute of Advance Network Technology (IANT) to train about 10,000 students across the country. According to studies, India needs 4.7 lakh cyber security professionals by 2015. "This partnership will help us educate students and better their knowledge in the cyber security domain...This will be an excellent opportunity to build the future of a cybersecure India," IANT chairman Rahim Kherani said. EC-Council, provider of certifications and training in the information security world- wide, has entered into a partnership with a city-based institute to address the increasing demand for cyber security professionals in the country.

EC-Council has joined hands with Institute of Advance Network Technology (IANT) to train about 10,000 students across the country.

According to studies, needs 4.7 lakh cyber security professionals by 2015.

"This partnership will help us educate students and better their knowledge in the cyber security domain...This will be an excellent opportunity to build the future of a cybersecure India," IANT chairman Rahim Kherani said.
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