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24 November 2017 - 6 Kislev 5778 - ו' כסלו ה' אלפים תשע"ח
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Israeli firm to set up cyber security academies in India E-mail

Acting on the recent bilateral agreement on homeland security between Israel and India, a cyber security company from Israel, Vital Intelligence Group, announced in September that it will establish cyber security academies in India.

The firm is expected to kick off operations in Mumbai next April, and will then establish branches in New Delhi and Hyderabad.

The academies will give defence training to the government, private organisations and private citizens in various disciplines of cyber security that will meet the needs of “emergency management, law enforcement, disaster management and safety organisations, military and governmental agencies, and private security groups”.

It plans to provide courses ranging from a diploma to a four-year specialisation in cyber security and cyber defence. The company could also provide special training to the government and its security agencies, including the military, if invited to do so.

Marc Kahlberg, Chief Executive Officer of the company and a former Israeli Defense Force and National Police Officer, said experts from his team researched crime rates in Mumbai for six months before planning to establish the company in India. He claimed that the institute can provide vital knowledge that will help security agencies investigate crimes effectively.

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