The newly announced partnership will see 100 South African young graduates receive 5G training to equip them with vital skills and insights.
KnowBe4 has polled Africans about their cybersecurity knowledge and there is cause for concern to be found.
The training will take the form of videos that showcase respectful interactions between Uber riders and drivers.
Many employees are confident in their technical acumen, but data from Kaspersky reveals that confidence might be misplaced.
KnowBe4 Africa SVP Anna Collard explains why cybersecurity should involve all areas of a business.
This is in addition to Huawei’s Seeds for the Future programme which kicked off last week.
African Bank executive for Credit and Data Science, Vere Millican, explains the value of data scientists and why the institution has looked to the likes of EDSA to assist.
The partnership will see 5 000 online and 1000 onsite students be trained in 5G.
Pinnacle, which provides the Commvault SMME Enrichment Programme, hopes to expand the programme in future.
The project is aiming to train 4 000 women between now and the end of the year.
Having already trained 2 million learners globally, now Google South Africa has launched the CS First programme locally.
The training is free and will be offered to all interested parties.
At Liquid Telecom’s recent African Digital Skills presentation, the firm talked up the value of its free online training platform.
Through it’s Networking Academy Program, Cisco plans to give one million Africans digital skills training.
Once again cloning raises significant ethical issues.
Facebook and Digify Africa hope to give 1 000 13 – 18 year olds the tools they need to stay safe online.
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