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Splunk partnership enables Cyber grads to boost capabilities with extended eLearning

By Gabi Paterson 
Published: August 1, 2023
READ TIME: 1 minute
WithYouWithMe (WYWM) have teamed up with leading global IT and security solutions provider, Splunk as part of their $100 million pledge to provide free Splunk training to individuals from underserved communities.

Graduates of WYWM’s ANAB and GCHQ-accredited Cyber Security Analyst course will now have access to additional training programs specialising in the use of Splunk’s Unified Security and Observability Platform.

Skills on the Splunk platform are in high demand globally with more than 15,000 leading organisations across 110 countries using Splunk to keep their digital systems secure, prevent major issues and accelerate digital transformation.

Splunk’s award-winning eLearning courses will prepare graduates beyond the Cyber pathway for cutting-edge roles in cyber security, DevOps and ITOps at organisations around the world that leverage Splunk solutions.

The eLearning courses are available now for all graduates of WYWM’s Cyber Security Analyst course.

If you’re interested in free Splunk training, complete the Cyber Security Analyst course to be eligible.

About Splunk Inc.

Splunk Inc. (NASDAQ:SPLK) helps build a safe and more resilient digital world. Organisations trust Splunk to prevent security, infrastructure and application issues from becoming major incidents, absorb shocks from digital disruptions and accelerate digital transformation.

Find out more about Splunk’s partnership with WithYouWithMe.

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