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The cybersecurity and other digital skills programmes company HackerU announced the acquisition of Cybint, a global SaaS-based cyber education company.

This acquisition not only grows HackerU’s geographic footprint, but also expands and scales up the company’s B2B offerings to reskill and upskill learners along all points in their career. The company rebrands itself as ThriveDX to put the spotlight on its core mission of helping prepare the workforce for digital transformation.

The global need for cybersecurity expertise is overwhelming. HackerU has been working to close this gap by providing digital workforce training to students, post-graduate professionals, and the community in the U.S., Europe and Asia exclusively through partnerships with top-tier universities.

The Cybint acquisition enables HackerU to scale and expand its digital skills training programs to enterprises in need of in-house corporate education through the use of Cybint’s specialized proprietary SaaS technology platform for the enterprise client, while also expanding its distribution capabilities through its current partners globally. The two companies will collaborate to make digital skills and careers more accessible to learners around the globe.

HackerU Co-Founder and Executive Chairman Dan Vigdor said now is time to further the company’s mission of transforming lives by preparing people for the digital careers of tomorrow.

“We are proud to welcome the amazing Cybint team and their incredible portfolio of experience to the HackerU, now ThriveDX, family. The combination of our two companies’ positions the new ThriveDX group as the category leader worldwide and solidifies our ability to reskill and upskill individuals at any stage of their professional life,” said Dan Vigdor.

The new brand, ThriveDX, emphasizes the company’s core mission to help individuals thrive in the digital economy. By fostering new partnerships and acquisitions, the company looks to build up a solid portfolio of edtech disruptors globally. Its core team will continue to partner with elite universities in the U.S. and other leading countries to answer the challenges the world is facing in digital transformation.

Cybint Founder and CEO Roy Zur said the company is excited to join forces with HackerU in expanding ThriveDX, reskilling the workforce and upskilling the industry globally.

“The Cybint team will support HackerU by signing additional partnerships and accelerating the development of software as a service (SaaS) training solutions with a strong emphasis on corporate training and cybersecurity education solutions globally,” said Roy Zur.

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