In 1977, three mavericks developed an idea that would later inform the foundation of the modern Internet and information security. Nearly four decades later, the company that bears the first initials of its historic founders emerges with its independence and a rich legacy informing a path towards continued leadership.
While “success” comes when the cybersecurity skills gap is no longer an issue facing our industry, RSA is encouraged by its Academic Alliance Programme’s evolution and recognition by others of the work we are doing.
The cybersecurity talent shortage is a global industry struggle, but one that we can address with time, investment and – most importantly – partnerships. RSA is doing its part with the RSA Academic Alliance Programme across South East Asia.
Since 2014, RSA has been charting its course together with higher learning institutions to address the global shortage in the cybersecurity talent pool, as well as fighting off cyber threats. The RSA Academic Alliance Programme is a gradual and sure way for each country to deliver and close that talent gap. Read what some of the leading institutions in South East Asia are doing.