Middle East, May 2020: In order to cater to the local talent and encourage them to join the most trending cybersecurity career as an ethical hacker, EC-Council has launched CEH online training in Arabic. Besides the English language, the cybersecurity enthusiasts can now opt for the training in their own official language, Arabic. The students can now benefit from this move, as they can hesitatingly learn ethical hacking in their national language and tap the growing opportunities in the cybersecurity industry.
The Middle East has been embroiled in conflicts for decades, and therefore, witnessing a rising number of cyberattacks. The organizations are facing the challenge of cybersecurity due to the age-old geopolitical rivalries moving towards the cyberspace. The public sector in the Middle East is addressing the rising concerns of cyberattacks and hence, taking initiatives of the IT-centric approach to ensure national cybersecurity. Though there is an increasing potential for security talent in the countries of the Middle East and Egypt, the language gap has kept away many aspiring infosec professionals from acquiring the latest skills. EC-Council’s move to impart CEH bilingual online training is an attempt to fill the gaps at both the ends.
“The rising cyber threats can be assessed geographically, and therefore, the skill enhancement must be made available in the region’s national language, respectively. EC-Council is making its best attempts to impart cybersecurity education for the benefit of people at large. We have realized that the gaps of skilled workforce can be filled only when the cybersecurity education is made available in the language, preferred by the local citizens,” says Jay Bavisi, President and CEO of EC-Council Group.
EC-Council has been imparting ethical hacking training that gets you the CEH credential for nearly two decades. The bilingual CEH online training will benefit the cybersecurity enthusiasts to upskill and embrace the job opportunities in their respective countries and world at large.
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