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Slamm Foundation Partners with ISC2 to organize a free Cyber Security Training in Accra and Kumasi


Slamm Foundation Partners with ISC2 to organize a free Cyber Security Training in Accra and Kumasi

The Slamm Foundation, a beacon of empowerment and education, had joined hands with ISC2, a global leader in cybersecurity, to orchestrate an unprecedented event that would transform lives and fortify digital defenses.

It began with a vision — a vision to empower the people of Ghana with the knowledge and skills to navigate the intricate world of cybersecurity. The Slamm Foundation, renowned for its commitment to educating one million people in I.T, and ISC2, a stalwart in the realm of cybersecurity, saw an opportunity to bridge the knowledge gap. Together, they conceived a grand initiative: cybersecurity training programs in Accra and Kumasi.



In Accra, at the state-of-the-art Accra Digital Center, participants from diverse backgrounds gathered with eagerness sparkling in their eyes. The hum of anticipation filled the air as seasoned cybersecurity experts from Slamm Technologies as well as a rep from the ISC2 prepared to share their wisdom. The training rooms buzzed with discussions on cyber security defense, ethical hacking, and network security. Minds were ignited, questions were asked, and answers were given to participant in the 3-day program.


Meanwhile, in the historic city of Kumasi, at the prestigious KNUST campus, another group of eager learners embarked on their cybersecurity journey. Surrounded by the rich academic ambiance of KNUST, participants delved into the intricacies of cybersecurity protocols and digital forensics. The campus, steeped in tradition, witnessed a modern revolution — the revolution of knowledge and empowerment in the 4-day program.


The event culminated not just in newfound knowledge but in a commitment — a commitment to securing the digital landscape of Ghana. Armed with certificates of completion, a voucher to write the ISC2 cyber security exam and hearts full of inspiration, the participants ventured back into their communities. They were no longer just individuals; they were ambassadors of cybersecurity, spreading awareness and fortifying their nation against digital threats.



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