PSUT graduates Certified Ethical Hacker course participants

Tuesday, October 17, 2017 - 11:45

PSUT’s Training Center celebrated the graduation of students who participated in the Certified Ethical Hacker training course held by the Center in cooperation with Security Management Technology (SMT) Center. The course was arranged in line with the University’s continuing efforts to keep abreast of modern technology and is considered to be of the utmost importance because it identifies the concept of online hacking and how it can be prevented, and presents all the crucial ways in which individuals and institutions can protect their data.

The Director of the Training Center, Dr. Ja'afer Al-Saraireh, thanked the University Presidency, represented by President  Prof. Mashhoor Al-Refai, and all of the University’s units and departments that lend their support to opening up channels of cooperation between the education sector and information security, demonstrating the University's keenness to meet the expectations of the Chair of the Board of Trustees of the University, HRH Princess Sumaya bint El Hassan, in keeping up to date with modern technology and providing the world market with graduates in the field of information security and data protection who are possessed of advanced technological knowledge and capabilities that enhance the reputation of Jordan in general and PSUT in particular.

At the close of the ceremony, certificates were distributed to the 25 students who participated in the course.