The pandemic that has hit our country and the world has disrupted our lives and habits. Very quickly, we had to implement new teaching and distance working practices. We understand that schools and universities were not able to anticipate this drastic change and may now find themselves a little helpless facing the current situation.
YesWeHack EDU and IT-Gnosis have thought about how to best accompany these upheavals and allow schools and their students to make the most of the time made available. Together, we decided to mobilize and make our services and skills available to schools and universities during this period of containment.
We therefore wanted to act by offering you free resources and access during the coming weeks.
From April 1st to next May 31st, we will make available to schools for FREE:
- The Academic Platform
- The Level 1 of the Training Platform
These 2 platforms together represent our turnkey solution for you and your students.
The Academic part will allow you to teach the complete practice of Bug Bounty, from the creation of programs and applications, to the compilation of reports to the remediation of found vulnerabilities.
The Training section will provide you with a functional environment for your students to work on. They will have at their disposal a glossary allowing them to know and study the different vulnerabilities to be found on the platform.
“The current COVID-19 pandemic has taken students and teachers away from the classroom. Yet cybercriminals are riding the pandemic wave, often adding a cyber-crisis to the health crisis. It is important to support universities in their mission of pedagogical continuity and to help train future talent. Therefore, we have decided to provide free licenses of our educational platforms to any university, starting April 1st” explains Guillaume Vassault-Houliere, CEO and co-founder of YesWeHack.
“These licenses are valid for two months. They provide both teachers and students with first-class educational resources, enabling them to continue developing skills despite the pandemic.”
Do not hesitate to contact us for your accesses or for any question following this message.