Cybint Solutions and Odigia Join Forces, Delivering Cyber Education and Training for Business, Higher ED and Government
Cybint’s course offerings are the first cybersecurity and intelligence solutions available on Odigia’s innovative learning platform
Global cyber education leader Cybint, a BARBRI company, and Odigia, an innovative learning platform that enables educators and businesses to teach and train more effectively, are teaming up to offer cybersecurity and cyber intelligence courses for business, higher education, and government using Odigia’s digital learning platform.
Through the partnership, Cybint’s cyber literacy courses and its Cyber Security Analyst (CSA) hands-on simulation lab will be accessible via the platform. The cyber literacy offering provides non-technical students and professionals with an understanding in cybersecurity and cyber intelligence, enabling them to understand cyber terms, threats and opportunities. The more advanced CSA lab offers advanced practical training in a simulated environment, providing learners with the hands-on skills required to work as a cyber security analyst in Security Operation Centers.
The Odigia platform provides an immersive learning experience with tools designed to drive engagement and collaboration to improve student and employee outcomes. The platform’s easy-to-use interface enables users to progress through course content at their own pace and focus on areas that are most relevant to them. It also provides educators and employers with tools to engage students and employees across all learning modalities, ensuring greater success rates and more measurable outcomes.
“We’re extremely excited about partnering with Odigia to advance our vision of a more cyber literate and skilled workforce,” said Cybint CEO, Roy Zur. “Offering these courses through the higher ed, business and government sectors enables us to deliver critical cyber education to professionals, students and other learners within an intuitive, easy-to-use platform proven to foster better outcomes.”
“With the continued growth of connected students and employees in all environments, coupled with a growing gap between qualified professionals and cyber-related job openings, we recognize that the need to offer cyber-related content in education and workforce training is critical,” added Joshua Moe, Odigia founder and CEO. “With Cybint, we’ve found a partner who shares our values and commitment to student success and training offerings that have a positive impact on our society as a whole.”