Klemweb Partners with AAUA to Boost Cybersecurity Education

Klemweb has partnered with Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba-Akoko, to enhance cybersecurity education.

Klemweb Partners with AAUA to Boost Cybersecurity Education

In a significant move to advance cybersecurity education and career development, Klemweb has teamed up with the Department of Criminology and Security Studies at Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba-Akoko, Ondo State. This partnership aims to empower students to become tech experts and achieve their goals in the cybersecurity field.

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The collaboration witnessed an insightful session where students were educated on the intricacies of cybersecurity and how to excel in this rapidly evolving sector. Notable figures present at the event included Prof. Yemi Ogunbadewa, Dean Faculty of Social Sciences; Dr Olakunle Michael Folami, Head of Department for Criminology and Security Studies; and Prof. O.A Ojedokun from the Psychology Department. The event attracted over 430 students and youths eager to learn and contribute to the cybersecurity landscape.

Founder of Klemweb, Mr. Adetoye Abiodun, took the opportunity to award scholarships to 10 outstanding students pursuing courses in Cybersecurity & Ethical Hacking. These scholarships are designed to encourage ethical practices in digital security and support students in their academic journey.

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Beneficiaries of the scholarships include Kayode Stephen Tope, Nureni Kazeem John, Olusori Oluwatomiwa, Omogbemi Ojo Oluwamayowa, Praise Akinwale Oluwaferanmi, Adesanmi Adelayo, Akinduro Deborah Temitope, Ekundayo Leah, Fateropa Adesewa Blessing, Ademola Olamilekan Temitope, and Oluwafemi Damilare.

Speaking about Klemweb, Abiodun highlighted the firm's role as a registered ICT Institute offering opportunities in Software Engineering, Artificial Intelligence, Cyber Security, Digital Marketing, Data Analysis, Product Design, and Quality Assurance Testing. He shared the organization's vision to train over 1 million youths, bridging the digital gap and addressing Africa's growing technological needs.

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Abiodun also emphasized the importance of government investment in technology to solve national challenges, drive economic growth, and advance the country's progress. He extended an open invitation to stakeholders, students, educators, industry professionals, and policymakers to collaborate in safeguarding the future of the digital landscape.