Paris, Aug 26th 2021 EC-Council has expanded its highly successful Certified Secure Computer User (CSCU) program to French, specially tailored for the Francophone communities worldwide to promote greater awareness of computer security best practices.
The translation was made possible through collaborative efforts with EC-Council’s official training partner, AdDo. Market data continue to demonstrate growth in the demand for certified cyber security training, with France ranking second in the EU and ninth globally.
CSCU is one of EC- Council’s most popular programs. CSCU training provides individuals with the skill set necessary to protect their information assets in a digital environment. Through this training, participants can equip themselves with the essential skills and acquire a basic understanding of computer and network security threats to take the steps required to mitigate threat exposure.
“In the wake of escalating cybercrimes, understanding security issues has become vital. Further, as we move towards a virtual environment, it falls upon each individual to learn the best security practices to prevent threats,” said Sean Lim, Chief Revenue Officer of EC-Council. He added, “We are committed to bridging the skills gap and breaking the language barriers to make our computer security certification available to a larger audience. Through this endeavor, we hope to create a movement in enhancing security awareness and build a safer cyber landscape.”
The CSCU certification equips students with the basic skills in computer security they can build on to keep their and their organizations’ data safe. The courseware comes with demo videos and scenario-based discussion questions to allow students to gain essential skills. Participants can choose from various training options, including self-paced and instructor-led training.
CSCU is already being taught in French via AdDo, the official training center of EC-Council in New Caledonia, and candidates have been absolutely satisfied with their training experience.
Based on decades of experience and internationally recognized professional certifications, AdDo advises and supports its clients in improving the security of their information systems.
Very active in the promotion of the cybersecurity sector in New Caledonia within the OPEN NC cluster, AdDo contributes to the increase of competence of New Caledonian professionals by offering the CSCU, CEH, CHFI and CCISO trainings of EC-Council.
Visit – https://www.addo.nc/etd1.html
EC-Council’s sole purpose is to build and refine the cybersecurity profession globally. They help organizations, educators, and governments as well as individuals to address global workforce problems by developing and curating world-class cybersecurity education programs and certifications while also providing cybersecurity services to some of the largest businesses around the world. Trusted by seven of the Fortune 10; 47 of the Fortune 100; the Department of Defense; Intelligence Community; NATO; and over 2,000 of the best universities, colleges, and training companies. Their programs have made their way to 140 Countries and have set the bar in cybersecurity education.
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