APU TO SET UP FIRST CYBERTHREATS INTELLIGENCE CENTRE ON CAMPUS
Asia Pacific University of Technology and Innovation (APU) has signed a MoU with Rocheston Ltd, a US-based cybersecurity training company, to set up the first Cyberthreats Intelligence Centre (CIC) in Malaysia to be based within a university campus.
“The formation of this Cyberthreats Intelligence Centre represents a significant further development of APU’s existing state-of-the-art integrated Cybersecurity Talent Zone (CTZ) which was launched in 2018. This CTZ presently already comprises a NATO-standard Cyber Range and Security Operation Centre, APU’s CISCO Networking Academy, as well as centres for research and development for IoT and digital forensics,” said Parmjit Singh, founder & chief executive officer of APIIT Education Group.
A Premier Digital Tech Institute in Malaysia, APU has a diverse student body consisting of 12,000 students from 130 countries.