By IT News Africa
Strathmore University and Check Point Software, a cybersecurity company, have launched a new cybersecurity curriculum for students aimed at creating a safer local cyber landscape as well as bridging the digital skills gap.
About 50 students will benefit from the program annually through the university's @iLabAfrica Centre of Excellence in ICT Innovation and Development.
“This partnership with Check Point has come at an opportune time to assist in training our students and equipping them with the right cybersecurity skills. We look forward to having 50 plus students benefit annually from this training programme and join the workforce in empowering the cybersecurity space in Kenya” - Dr. Joseph Sevilla, Director @iLabAfrica-Strathmore University.