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With India’s cybersecurity market set to grow at an astounding rate of 19 per cent every year from 2018 to 2023, global IT certifications firm, CompTIA has entered into commercial training partnerships with four companies. These companies include Springpeople and Suchi Managed Services for a pan India audience; Infosectrain for Delhi, Pune, Bangalore and Chennai; and Cybersecurity India for Mumbai, Pune and Thane.

With this new collaboration, CompTIA aims to strengthen the presence of its IT skills portfolio and make its certifications more accessible to learners both in metro cities as well as in tier-II and tier-III cities. CompTIA’s globally recognised courses could play a huge role in bridging the skill-education gap. Students can leverage the reach of CompTIA authorised training partners spread across India to upgrade their professional and vocational resumes with the world’s leading vendor-neutral technical credentials, particularly in the evolving field of cyber security.

The courses for which training will be imparted by these partners are CompTIA Security +, CompTIA CYSA + and CASP, CompTIA Pentest +, CompTIA Cloud + and CompTIA Network +. These well known industry standard certifications promise global recognition and a chance to sizzle up resumes for both working professionals and engineering students. While Springpeople and Infosectrain cater to those already in the workforce and looking to gain that extra edge in promotions or appraisals, Cybersecurity India and Suchi Managed Services deliver learning modules for engineering students as well. CompTIA itself places no bar on pre-requisites for its certifications.



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