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Niyamas Signs Up with Access School of Cryptography and Network Security to Deliver
Cryptography Training in India

Bangalore, 4 January 2003 – Niyamas tech private limited, announced today that they have signed a training services agreement with Access school of cryptography and network security, India’s first institute to impart training in Cryptography, to provide technical courses in cryptography, cryptography protocols, linux for budding programmers. Access will initially start training programmes in their institute in Coimbatore, India.
"Access School has always strived to become the premium IT professional training organisation in India by investing in new technical course delivery capacity," said Vidhya Unnikrishnan, Mg. Partner of Access.

"It is therefore gratifying that Niyamas, who is emerging as the leader in security solutions worldwide, recognises the quality of service Access can provide through our strong technical infrastructure, enterprise solution focus, competent faculty and stringent training standards. Our various courses on cryptography will add a new dimension that rounds up the IT professional curriculum that Access School can deliver." Added Vidhya.

Access operates in more than 5 cities in India and delivers courses with competent training faculty, half of whom are highly skilled technical professionals.

"Widespread availability of high-quality training is critical as more companies choose to adopt automated security solutions in India and abroad,” said Adarsh E Devaraj, Director, Niyamas.

“Today’s agreement with Access School brings together India’s leading security solutions company and training organisation with the shared goal of delivering high-quality training programmes to meet customer demand in fast-growing markets. We chose Access School because they have stringent training standards and has the ability to deliver courses with outstanding resources, coverage and capacity across India," Adarsh added.