Bengaluru: For the third year in a row, Simplilearn, a global edtech company, has been honored by EC-Council as an Accredited Training Center (ATC) of the Year – South Asia Region, as announced at EC-Council Global Awards. This award recognizes those training centers that have been most successful in providing top-level information security training programs throughout the year.
EC-Council, a leading international cybersecurity credentialing body, announced the winners at its annual Global Awards 2019, in Atlanta, Georgia, USA. The awards program recognizes the ongoing commitment of Accredited Training Centers (ATCs) and Certified EC-Council Instructors (CEIs) who have contributed significantly to the information security community by providing cutting-edge certification programs, further propounding the EC-Council’s mission to mitigate cyber risk around the world.
This year’s winners were selected from an extensive training partner network that spans 145 countries and from a large pool of Certified EC-Council Instructors. After meeting the stringent criteria set by the EC-Council awards committee, the best from each category were selected.
Speaking about the achievement, Krishna Kumar, CEO & Founder of Simplilearn said, “For the past decade, Simplilearn has provided online blended learning programs to accelerate skills acquisition in the information security sector. We are extremely delighted and honored to have been chosen as a winner of the EC-Council ATC of the Year Award, for the fourth time since 2014 and the third year in a row. We will continue our commitment to enhancing the knowledge and skills of professionals in this crucial industry long into the future.”
Previously, Simplilearn received the EC-Council Circle of Excellence Award in 2018, 2017, and 2014, and the Best Newcomer award in 2013.
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