We are collaborating with Red Hat to help educational institutions keep pace with the demands of industry and educate the next generation of IT professionals” said Jim Kowatch, CEO, Infosec Learning. “We will help students gain the hands-on skills that Red Hat offers."
BALTIMORE (PRWEB) February 20, 2020
Infosec Learning, a Baltimore startup, announced today that it has collaborated with Red Hat to create and deploy a new hosting option for Red Hat training to Red Hat Academy’s network of schools. Red Hat Academy is an open source, web-deployed and web-managed education program that is designed to provide turnkey curriculum materials to academic institutions to start and sustain an open source and Linux curriculum program.
Infosec Learning is a growth stage Baltimore startup, delivering a unique, turn-key virtual platform for cyber, information assurance, and computer training/assessment. They have developed technology that allows for the large-scale creation of complex environments, cyber ranges, training, and skills assessment with one click.
Red Hat Academy turns academic institutions into centers for enterprise-ready talent by outfitting them with Red Hat training. For more than a decade, Red Hat Academy has supplied high schools and institutions of higher education worldwide, that have the required technology and support environments, with hands-on instruction, curriculum, labs, performance-based testing, and instructor support. Red Hat Academy’s web-based curriculum helps create competencies through hands-on, performance-based learning and testing.
“We’re pleased to collaborate with Infosec Learning in the growing Red Hat Academy Program,” said Ken Goetz, vice president, Global Training and Certification, Red Hat. “To help students learn about Red Hat technologies and solutions and establish in-demand open source skills, we work closely with a variety of educational institutions. We look forward to working with Infosec Learning as an important member of Red Hat’s training and certification ecosystem.”