Collaborating with schools
We established the Cybersecurity Education for Universities program to help address the gap by offering guidance, expertise, and support to college cybersecurity programs free of charge. We work collaboratively with schools, typically focusing on one or more of the following areas:
- Faculty enablement and training
“Training the Trainers,” we ensure educators have accurate, useful information that follows best practices as researched by our subject matter experts.
- Curriculum alignment and course consultation
Ensuring that subjects remain relevant and accurate, addressing critical concepts in the fast-evolving world of technology and cybercrime.
- Technical seminars & webinars
We provide technical seminars and webinars as requested by students and faculty to keep their knowledge up-to-date with the latest discoveries by our experts. We also offer speaking engagements led by Trend’s cybersecurity professionals.
Fundamentals of Cybersecurity class at De La Salle University in Manila, Philippines
Participants & Partners
We launched a pilot of our Cybersecurity Education for Universities program in the Philippines in 2017 with 3 universities and are excited to continue working with them and our newest participants!
Some of our recent outreach efforts include an expert-led course on the introduction to cybersecurity and training on the “Fundamentals of Malware Awareness” and “Python & Big Data.”
While much of our work with partner universities is aimed at training and curriculum alignment, we also offer expert guest speakers, sponsorships for cybersecurity events, and donation of materials.
If you are interested in learning more about our program or becoming a participant, contact us!
December 17-19, 2020
Silicon Valley Cybersecurity Institute (SVCI) Conference 2020
San Jose State University CyberAware Day 2020
November 10-11, 2020
2020 TMIE Virtual Cybersecurity Summit for University Students
October – November, 2020
Virtual NICE Conference and Expo 2020
Training the Trainers in Trend Micro Philippines with professors from De La Salle University, National University, University of Asia and the Pacific, and Angeles University Foundation