SUNNYVALE, CA – Cybersecurity solutions company Fortinet has achieved a major milestone in advancing cybersecurity by announcing that it has issued more than 1 million Cybersecurity Specialist (NSE) certifications.
Announced October 3, Fortinet recognizes progress as part of their efforts in the Training Advancement Program (TAA) and Fortinet Training Institute initiatives. According to them more than 80% of data breaches are due to a lack of cyber skills, which they say focus on enhancing security expertise to be able to deal with security threats. modern secret.
“Fortinet has a long history of closing the cyber skills gap, and we are proud to share that we recently reached a major milestone of achieving over 1 million Cybersecurity Specialist certifications. (NSE) granted to date,” wrote Product EVP and CMO at Fortinet, John Maddison. “Continuing learning through training and certification is an important way to outsmart cyber adversaries that are constantly evolving their strategies and attack methods. This is why Fortinet’s Training Institute specializes in providing award-winning cyber certifications and training to security professionals to sharpen their skills and knowledge or for who are considering re-skilling. Also, for organizations looking to increase cyber awareness among their employees and strengthen their security posture, Fortinet Training Institute offers Security Awareness and Training services. mine “.
Fortinet provides access to their cybersecurity training through their Authorized Training Centers operating in over 130 countries and territories around the world. Additionally, Fortinet is also increasing its cybersecurity accessibility for people from all walks of life, “…so that more people, regardless of their educational background, current occupation, or life experience, can access cybersecurity courses and help jumpstart a career in cybersecurity. The company wrote. Fortinet says it is empowering “untapped” talent pools just for women, veterans, students and more to fill talent shortages in the industry. Fortinet has committed by 2021 to train more than 1 million people in cybersecurity over five years (2022-2026), and that’s a goal it says it’s on track to achieve.
Fortinet has also announced that they will be hosting a conference call to discuss their fiscal 2022 third quarter results on November 2, 1:30 p.m. PT. They will prepare comments from the CEO and CFO along with a slide presentation. Interested people please join at least 10 minutes early at http://investor.fortinet.com.
For more information about Fortinet’s cybersecurity solutions and their NSE certification program, you can visit www.fortinet.com.