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Benjamin Mossé, CEO of Mossé SecurityBenjamin Mossé, CEO of Mossé Security, is providing UWindsor students a platform to enhance their skills in cybersecurity.

Online internship to enhance student skills in cybersecurity

Within only three days of making it available, the UWindsor club Women in Cybersecurity has signed up more than 50 students and community members for an educational platform in protecting devices and data.

The chapter has partnered with the Mossé Cyber Security Institute to give its members access to an MRI Online Internship and Vetted Cyber Talent Freelancing, with 65 exercises.

Watch an interview with the company’s CEO, Benjamin Mossé.

Third-year computer science major Philip Pham has already signed on.

“I like the hands-on approach style of teaching, rather than just learning by reading or watching videos and doing multiple choice or short-answer tests,” he says. “This platform allows one to actively practice white-hat hacking with professional feedback and gives you lots of experience that is relevant for the workplace in a cybersecurity position.”

Club members may register for the internship here.