The first Cyber Microsoft by Simplon school has opened in Rennes, in partnership with Metsys, Advens and the Roullier group. This training, which began on December 11, 2023, combines three months of intensive training and sixteen months of work-study training. It is open to job seekers without a degree. “The goal is to be inclusive and accessible to everyone. “The Rennes class, whose average age is 30 years old, is characterized by the diversity of the profiles that make up it”, guarantees Microsoft, in a statement.
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“Meeting the needs of the cybersecurity industry is the mission of Simplon and Microsoft,” adds Lioubov Jakob, director of Simplon Grand Ouest. The same story with Arnaud Jumelet from Microsoft France. “The inclusive training offered by this school will allow many students to train for a profession of the future. » In the coming years, Microsoft partners Metsys, Advens and the Roullier Group will play a key role. “The shortage of digital talent is a big problem for companies. It is crucial to recruit qualified professionals to protect your assets and ensure your future growth. Metsys is part of this approach by ensuring its employees improve their skills,” explains Yannick Havet, Deputy General Manager at Metsys.
Cybersecurity is a critical issue for all businesses, with an increase in sophisticated and targeted threats, as indicated in the October 2023 Microsoft Digital Defense Report. France is among the European countries most targeted by these threats. Cyber Microsoft by Simplon schools present promising statistics with six national establishments, 76 students, average age of 24 years, 18% women and 40% students at the Bac or Infra-Bac level, responding to the growing demand for knowledge.