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Dubai to witness OPSWAT Academy Launch


OPSWAT Academy Bootcamp will provide live, in-person trainings in 2024 to further enhance CIP cybersecurity skills in the industry, staring from Dubai.

OPSWAT will be launching OPSWAT Academy Bootcamp, a three-day instructor-led training program starting in April 2024. The OPSWAT Academy Bootcamp is an extension of OPSWAT Academy, an interactive and comprehensive cybersecurity training platform designed to educate and certify cybersecurity professionals responsible for safeguarding critical environments. 

The inaugural in-person trainings will be conducted globally, commencing in Dubai, followed in Romania, the U.S., Singapore, U.K. and Australia. This strategic global approach aims to provide accessibility to cybersecurity professionals worldwide, fostering a collaborative learning environment and further solidifying OPSWAT’s commitment to enhancing CIP cybersecurity skills globally.

“The goal of OPSWAT Academy Bootcamp is to empower our customers and the cybersecurity community to unlock the full potential of OPSWAT products through immersive, lab-based training programs. By expanding our offerings to include live, instructor-led training, we are taking a significant step towards equipping cybersecurity professionals with the practical skills and knowledge required to safeguard critical infrastructure effectively,” stated Irfan Shakeel, Vice President of Training and Certification Services, OPSWAT. 

OPSWAT Academy Bootcamp training will cover a comprehensive range of topics, including policy and product configurations, deployments and configurations, and customizations – ensuring participants gain a deep understanding of OPSWAT products and their applications in real-world scenarios. Upon successful completion of the training program, attendees will be awarded an OPSWAT Academy certification, a testament to their proficiency in CIP and OPSWAT products.

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