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Cyber Warfare
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Webinar: Cyber Warfare and the Future of War

A lecture by Oded Israeli, CMO at Wawiwa Tech, at the Global Data Science and Artificial Intelligence Forum, organized by Live University in Sao Paulo, Brazil on September 9th, 2022. Oded discusses cyber warfare by countries and its use in the recent war between Russia and Ukraine, as well as the need and opportunities for cybersecurity professionals.

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Learning

Tech Talk: What is your Digital Skills Level?

The industry needs professionals with “digital skills”. What are these skills they’re talking about? What is the difference between basic and advanced tech skills? We spell it out for you below. Read to find out what level of digital skills you have!

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Women in Cyber: Fighting Hackers and Inequality

Cybersecurity remains one of the most dynamic and exciting technology sectors. However, this sector needs a systemic change in women’s representation and compensation. In this infographic, we state the facts and explore the importance of increasing the presence of women in the cyber space!

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Tokyo by Louie Martinez
Wawiwa News

Wawiwa Signs Partnership with ORLAB to Offer Tech Training Programs in Japan

Wawiwa is excited to announce a new partnership in Japan! ORLAB Co., Ltd. – a leading IT services, consultancy, and training company in Tokyo – will soon offer tech reskilling and upskilling programs to train the next generation of tech professionals in Japan. ORLAB, powered by Wawiwa, will offer a wide array of B2B and B2C programs, starting with the Data Analyst program this summer.

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Partner with Wawiwa to offer tech training programs in less than 6 months!

Wawiwa bridges the tech skills gap by reskilling people for tech professions in high demand. There are millions of tech vacancies and not enough tech professionals with the relevant knowledge and skills to fill them. What the industry needs of employees is not taught in long academic degrees. Wawiwa helps partners around the world to reskill, and upskill people for tech jobs through local tech training centers or programs. The company utilizes a proven training methodology, cutting-edge content, digital platforms for learning and assessment, and strong industry relations, to deliver training programs that result in higher employability and graduate satisfaction. This, in turn, also creates a strong training brand and a sustainable business for Wawiwa’s partners.