A five-year contract between Infosys and Spirit AeroSystems covers the provision of MRO (Maintenance, Repair, and Overhaul) services as well as aerostructure and systems engineering services for the product development of emerging commercial, business jet, and commercial aircraft programs. The two have had a close connection for 16 years, during which time Infosys has offered creative design solutions for some of Spirit’s aerostructure programs. Infosys will provide end-to-end product development services.
According to Jasmeet Singh, executive vice president and global head of manufacturing at Infosys ” Infosys collaborates with 7 of the top 10 global aerospace companies and has been recognized as a leading player in aerospace and defense manufacturing. We are confident that we can deliver compelling value to Spirit with our investments in aerostructure engineering and next-gen technologies like AI and cloud.”
A new competition-based hacking program from cybersecurity certification authority EC-Council Group, which compels learners to “Hack” an organization as part of their training, aims to develop ethical hackers in India. In order to solve the significant scarcity of certified ethical hackers worldwide, the business has announced the launching of its flagship Certified Ethical Hacker (CEH) version 12 curriculum and expects to train up to 1,00,000 new ethical hackers worldwide within 5 years.
The curriculum will be built on a brand-new framework for learning that incorporates cutting-edge learning, certification, engagement, and competition for the methodology to produce a new generation of expert ethical hackers. The founder and CEO of a cybersecurity company, Jay Bavisi, stated that “India confronts a significant scarcity of experienced cybersecurity specialists today, placing businesses, government organizations, infrastructure, and Indians themselves in great danger.”