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Cyberoam launches interactive virtual learning platform

Cyberoam, a provider of network security solutions, has launched today an online virtual learning platform for Cyberoam’s network-security certification program– Cyberoam Certified Network Security Professional, CCNSP.

Training for the certification can now be accessed 24/7 anywhere – a device connected to internet is all that is required.

It is designed to offer augmented learning to participants and reinforces grasp of technology skills with video and other simulation aids.

The modules and courses are available to all Cyberoam Partners, customers and IT professionals. Users can also interact with the Cyberoam instructors and get live answers to their questions.

Mr. Ajay Nawani, Head – Global Presales Operations, Cyberoam said, “Cyberoam strategically focuses on training as a crucial ingredient to business growth and augmentation of its USP in the market. With this platform, Cyberoam is extending the strategy by making the training simpler, richer, more interactive, accessible and catalytic to the growth of pool of experts in form of Cyberoam certified professionals.

He further elaborated, “The training is geared towards boosting the effectiveness and efficiency of our channel partners and will enable them to add value to services and support offerings – consolidating our growth and market position.”

Key highlights of the training include self-determined pace, and an interactive and high definition content. The high definition training content comprises of short interactive video modules that give the user an option to pause at one’s chosen point and restart from there later, demonstration of all lab exercises, an online handbook with crisp text and graphics and the convenience of creating one’s own lab using Cyberoam’s virtual appliances.

The training is divided into various modules with provisions for thorough and compulsory assessment for the user before one moves to the next module.

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