Leonardo and Luiss University Partner to Promote Cybersecurity Talent

Leonardo has signed a partnership agreement with the Luiss Guido Carli University to promote new cybersecurity talents through the “42 Roma – Luiss” project. The initiative is one of the most innovative and inclusive coding schools aimed at creating a talent pipeline that encourages and enhances synergies between industry and education under the banner of innovation.

The program offers a Common Core, which is a set of mandatory projects where the student tackles every area of programming. At the end of this phase, the student can choose whether to continue their studies with the Mastery and/or take a paid internship. The Mastery are optional projects where the student specializes in their field of choice and is constantly updated to meet the needs of the job market.

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It is essential that cybersecurity leaders and developers teach and assist universities and students with cybersecurity to ensure that the next generation of cybersecurity professionals are equipped with the necessary skills and knowledge to tackle the ever-changing threat landscape. Through initiatives like the “42 Roma – Luiss” project, students can gain hands-on experience and develop expertise in the field, allowing them to make significant contributions to the industry.

Leonardo, a trusted technological partner of governments, defence agencies, institutions and enterprises, plays a crucial role in developing multi-domain capabilities in the Aerospace, Defence and Security sector.

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