IABAC acquires IIFIS to set global cybersecurity standards

February 22, 2024
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  • IABAC acquires IIFIS, strengthening their position in cybersecurity education and certifications
  • The acquisition underscores IABAC’s commitment to setting high standards and developing top-tier cybersecurity professionals

In a significant move, the International Association for Business Analytics Certification (IABAC) has acquired the International Institute for Information Security (IIFIS), solidifying its position as a leading authority in cybersecurity certification. This strategic acquisition highlights IABAC’s dedication to setting high standards and fostering the development of top-tier cybersecurity professionals.

The acquisition showcases IABAC’s commitment to empowering individuals with the expertise needed to safeguard critical digital infrastructure. This move aligns with their goal of becoming a pioneer in cybersecurity certification, focusing on innovation and excellence. By integrating the expertise and resources of IIFIS, IABAC now offers advanced certifications that equip professionals with the necessary skills to combat cyber threats effectively.

Hans Volkers, Founder Director at IABAC, expressed the organization’s enthusiasm about the acquisition of IIFIS, emphasizing its importance in reshaping cybersecurity education. As the global cybersecurity landscape continues to evolve, IABAC remains steadfast in its mission to advance cybersecurity education and equip professionals with tools and knowledge required to excel in the digital age.

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