Ten participants at the recent edition of the course ‘Secure coding in C and C++’ rewarded trainer Ernõ Jeges with an average score of 9.7 out of 10 for his training. When asked, ‘How likely is it that you would recommend the training to others?’ participants responded with a 9.3 (out of 10). Jeges ran the training recently a part of an in-company training at a Belgian tech company.

‘This was really impressive! With a few lines of code, the theory was put into reality’, was one participant’s feedback. Other remarks were: ‘Very interesting.’ ‘You can feel the trainer’s passion for the topic.’

For software security trainings, High Tech Institute has an exclusive partnership with Cydrill, a Hungarian Institute that specializes in this field. Security for embedded systems is one of Cydrills specialities. Cydrill’s goal is not to educate people about hacking but to develop paranoia. The focus of the secure software training is to help participants cultivate new coding habits for secure encryption that do not require extra time or effort.

High Tech Institute organizes this training twice a year.