Mangaluru: CyberSapiens hold career guidance session at Shree Devi Institute of Technology

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Mangaluru, Sep 16: In the fast-paced digital age, the demand for skilled cybersecurity professionals is at an all-time high. Recognizing the need to prepare its MCA students for the evolving job market, Shree Devi Institute of Technology recently organized a career guidance session in collaboration with CyberSapiens. The session proved to be an enlightening experience for the students as they delved into the world of cybersecurity under the expert guidance of Robinson D'Souza.

Robinson D'Souza, a seasoned cybersecurity professional with years of industry experience, took the reins as the resource person for this informative session. With a keen focus on the future of cybersecurity, provided invaluable insights into the various job opportunities within this field and the essential certifications that can pave the way for a successful career.

One of the highlights of the session was the exploration of the diverse career paths available in cybersecurity. Mr. Robinson elucidated how cybersecurity is not limited to merely protecting digital assets but encompasses a wide array of roles and responsibilities. From ethical hacking and penetration testing to security analysis and risk management, he discussed the numerous avenues that students could pursue based on their interests and aptitude.

Moreover, Robinson emphasized the ever-expanding scope of the cybersecurity domain. He highlighted that the growth of technology is accompanied by an increase in cyber threats, making cybersecurity professionals indispensable in every sector. Whether it is the financial industry, healthcare, government, or even e-commerce, organizations across the board require cybersecurity experts to safeguard their digital infrastructure.

The discussion on certifications was another pivotal aspect of the session. Robinson provided valuable insights into the certifications that carry weight in the cybersecurity industry. He shed light on renowned certifications such as Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP), Certified Ethical Hacker (CEH), Certified Information Security Manager (CISM), and Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA), among others. He explained how these certifications act as a badge of expertise and are often prerequisites for top cybersecurity roles.

Additionally, Robinson encouraged the students to consider pursuing certifications that align with their career goals and interests. He stressed that certifications not only enhance knowledge but also demonstrate commitment and dedication to potential employers. They serve as a tangible way to validate one's skills and expertise in the eyes of the industry.

The interactive nature of the session allowed students to ask questions and seek personalized advice from Robinson. He shared valuable tips on building a strong resume, networking within the cybersecurity community, and staying updated with the latest industry trends-a crucial aspect in this rapidly evolving field.

In conclusion, the career guidance session conducted at Shree Devi Institute of Technology by CyberSapiens, with Robinson D'Souza as the resource person, and Shashidhar Patgar, proved to be an enlightening experience for MCA students. It not only opened their eyes to the vast and exciting world of cybersecurity but also provided them with a roadmap to embark on a successful career in this field.

As the digital landscape continues to evolve, the need for cybersecurity experts is only going to intensify. Armed with the knowledge gained during this session and the guidance of a seasoned professional like Robinson D'Souza, the students of Shree Devi Institute of Technology are well-equipped to take on the challenges and opportunities that lie ahead in the field of cybersecurity.


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