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Cybersecurity Programs Soar: 72% of Learners Hail from India – Simplilearn

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The demand for cybersecurity programs is on the rise globally, with India contributing 72% of the learners, according to a report by Simplilearn. The report highlights the increasing need for cybersecurity measures in an era dominated by digital transactions. Cyberattacks have led to significant financial losses globally, projecting an estimated cost of $10.5 trillion by 2025. In India, the demonetization-induced surge in digital transactions has brought about a significant transformation in the cybersecurity landscape. Simplilearn has seen a notable 25% increase in learner interest in its cybersecurity programs year over year. The report emphasizes the importance of qualified cybersecurity professionals in fending off evolving cyber threats, and Simplilearn aims to address this need by offering specialized cybersecurity programs in partnership with academic institutions and industry organizations.

The report highlights the increasing need for cybersecurity measures in an era dominated by digital transactions.

Cyberattacks have led to significant financial losses globally, projecting an estimated cost of $10.5 trillion by 2025.

India contributes 72% of learners in cybersecurity, with high demand in the IT sector.

Simplilearn offers specialized cybersecurity programs in partnership with academic institutions and industry organizations.

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