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Code Uncode
EC-Council is focusing on a very important part of information security- Secure Programming. To strengthen awareness about secure programming in India and to discover and recognize talent in secure programming in India
EC-Council has launched Code Uncode- Indias First Ever Secure Programming Competition.
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DNA - Creating a breed of cyber warriors
Mint - Nobody can be arrogant enough to say we cannot be hacked: Jay Bavisi
The Hindu - Cyber security: Absence of blueprint causes concern
The Economic Times - Hunt for `India's Most Secure Coder' begins tomorrow
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EC-Council to set up 500 seater training centre
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Certifying Employability - Why and How
Notwithstanding the hiring slowdown, Indian IT/ITeS sector is still the biggest job provider for fresh graduates in India. There are more than 2500 engineering colleges in India churning out more than 0.7 million fresh engineering talent every year. - Varun Aggarwal, CTO and COO at Aspiring Minds
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Hi,

We proudly present to you our first monthly newsletter to highlight the excellent work we all are doing!

The India market has been a never ending box of opportunities for us and our success would not be possible had all of you not recognized this opportunity and worked so hard to seize it. However, there is still a lot more to achieve. A recent Norton by Symantec report states that of the total 137 million Internet users in India, 42 million have fallen prey to cyber fraud in one way or the other. This only proves the many more miles we need to run to achieve what we have set to do- create a cybersecure India!

New Initiatives - 2013
EC-Council enters into a strategic collaboration with the Thailand government's ICT Ministry and CERT team
EC-Council to teach and train Thai IT security professionals at government agencies. The Electronic Transactions Development Agency (ETDA)will receive scholarships worth a combined US$120,000 from the EC-Council to train 40 government officers in ethical hacking and computer forensic skills.

EC-Council's CodeUncode partners with Thapar University- Change headline to EC-Council's Code Uncode partners with leading Universities in India
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EC-Council and Institute of Advance Network Technology come together to create Cyber Warriors in India
10,000 students to be trained in EC-Councils Certified Ethical Hacker and Secure Coding programs as part of IANTs academic curricula to prepare them to become cyber warriors in India
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EC-Council's CodeUncode partners with Thapar University
To further help bridge this gap of need and availability of skilled professionals, Thapar University has taken the leadership position to support secure programming in India by conducting workshops on Information Security and having over 500 of its students to participate in this competition.
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EC-Council Launches Information Security Awareness Program
Keeping the needs of the Indian market in mind, EC-Council launched its Information Security Awareness Program in India. EC-Council partnered with numerous colleges to conduct seminars and workshops to educate students on the urgent need for cybersecurity.
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EC-Council Launches Code Uncode-Indias first Secure Coding Competition
The competition, aimed to recognize Indias top secure programmers, will reach youth across India and expects to attract over 1 Lakh registrations. All set to kick start on May 19th 13 it is a 3-level online competition commencing with the Preliminary round and concluding with the Grand Finale.
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Partner Highlight

We would like to thank and appreciate Netconclave for conducting CEH course on such a short notice. The course was well-organized, Netconclave faculty and team were knowledgeable on the subject matter, and backed up their theoretical sessions with practical examples. The trainers patiently handled all the queries to our satisfaction. The course was part of corporate training for our team, and Netconclave helped us conduct an effective training program. - Tech Mahindra


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