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DDLS has been awarded the prestigious EC-Council ATC Circle of Excellence Award for 2017/18.This award recognises DDLS’s outstanding contributions to developing and upskilling Australia’s cybersecurity workforce.

The award was announced at EC-Council’s Global Annual Awards 2018, which celebrates and recognises the achievements of top cyber executives, partners and graduates working to advance the Cybersecurity workforce.

At the awards ceremony, President of EC-Council said: “We have some of the best training organisations representing EC-Council across the globe and they have again demonstrated the commitment to high-quality training.”

EC-Council, also known as International Council of E-Commerce Consultants, is the world’s largest cybersecurity technical certification body, operating in 145 countries globally. DDLS has partnered with EC-Council to deliver training in cybersecurity courses, including Certified Ethical Hacker and Certified Network Defender in Australia.

DDLS was awarded the top prize out of 750 delivery partners across the world. DDLS’s CEO Jon Lang said, “This award is a testament to the strong partnership forged by EC-Council and DDLS, brought together by a mutual goal of both offering comprehensive, globally-recognised cybersecurity training in Australia, and helping Australian individuals and organisations better protect themselves from the ever-increasing risk of a cyber-attack”.

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