Trend Micro Partners ‘Girls In Tech’; Aims New Cybersecurity Course For Non-profit
Bangalore: Trend Micro Incorporated, a global leader in Cybersecurity solutions works to create a safe and secure environment for exchanging digital information. With nearly six thousand employees in over fifty countries, it is the one of the world’s most advanced global threat intelligence. It enables organizations to secure their journey to the cloud.
‘Girls in Tech’ works to remove the gender gap in tech. It offers education and experience to people and make them to discover their strengths and uniqueness. It aims to empower women in tech. Trend Micro Incorporated announces its partnership again with Girls in Tech after working on the Close the Gap program in the year 2018. Together, the organizations will address the worldwide skills shortage in Cybersecurity by helping to develop a large talent pool of women eager to get a start in the industry.
As a part of this expanded partnership with Girls in Tech, Trend Micro will develop a new Cybersecurity Fundamentals course for the non-profit. The course, a blend of e-learning, online instructor-led classes and a hands-on lab via Trend Micro Product Cloud, will cover Cybersecurity essential, network security threats, an introduction to malware analysis and much more.
Eva Chen, co-founder and CEO of Trend Micro said “I’ve always being passionate about and dedicated to encouraging gender diversity in the industry. I am delighted to be teaming with Girls in Tech to further advance our efforts. Especially in light of recent events, I believe we must celebrate and encourage diversity at every turn today. It’s what makes us human.”
“Girls in Tech shares with Trend Micro a unified vision for a future in which women are provided the same opportunities to pursue professions in technology as their male counterparts. We look forward to continuing our partnership with Trend Micro to positively impact the technology landscape for women today and generations to come.” said Adriana Gascoigne, founder and CEO of Girls in Tech.