JCT recently launched its Cyber Elite program, which offers intensive cyber training for graduates of computer science and software engineering programs. The 11-month program is a partnership between the Lev Academic Center, the Cyber Education Center of the Rashi Foundation and the National Cyber Bureau of the Prime Minister’s Office.
Only excelling students, who underwent rigorous screening, were selected for the program. Of hundreds of applicants, 32 students, 16 men and 16 women, were ultimately accepted.
During the program, participants study a variety of subjects in a curriculum developed by industry experts. Subjects that are not generally part of regular university studies. In addition to two days of intensive practical training, the program includes three days of employment in top cyber companies or cyber departments within multinational companies, positions which JCT was instrumental in finding.
For a detailed article on the new program published by The Times of Israel, click here