Arrow ECS has secured Platinum Partner status with the EC-Council as the organisation strengthens its fight against the growing threat of malicious hackers.
Under the Platinum Partner agreement, Arrow ECS will offer the council’s Certified Ethical Hacker (CEH) training course through its training facilities in 13 countries across Europe including the UK, France, Germany, Norway, Poland, Hungary, Sweden, Switzerland and Austria.
The EC-Council’s CEH course is designed to help IT professionals in enterprises and governments to prevent malicious hacking by identifying system vulnerabilities and security flaws ahead of time.
Jay Bavisi, president of the EC-Council, said: “IT security remains a top priority for major corporations and organisations across the region. By partnering with Arrow ECS, we will be able to broaden the availability of our internationally recognised certification programmes and ensure that European IT professionals are ready to tackle the growing threat of cyber attacks.”
Gaël Salomon, services and training development director for Arrow ECS EMEA, said: “The EC-Council’s CEH programme complements our growing catalogue of IT training offerings and reinforces our role as a significant IT services and training provider across Europe.
“EC-Council is a natural choice in the ethical hacking training space, especially given the quality of their content related to security and software editor solutions, as well as the relationships they share with suppliers in that space.”
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