Walsh Announces Partnership With GRIMM:
The Future of Automotive Cybersecurity
Walsh College, a private college with 100 years of experience in business and technology education and GRIMM, an industry leader in Cybersecurity and Automotive Cyber training announce a leading edge partnership between industry and education.
“We believe the future of transportation will create tremendous change for our society. As Walsh continues to evolve to meet the growing needs of industry, we are excited to partner with GRIMM to offer college credit for their Automotive Cybersecurity training.” said Dr. Dave Schippers, Walsh’s Chief Academic Officer. “This partnership enables interested professionals to complete hands-on training in a convenient location with GRIMM professionals and obtain degrees or certificates with Walsh College.”
Walsh has long been a proponent of ensuring our students are prepared for the cybersecurity industry of tomorrow and even offers an auto cybersecurity degree concentration as part of the Bachelor’s of Science in Information Technology degree.
“The future of transportation continues to experience the largest technological evolution since the creation of the assembly line. With over 100 million lines of code in a modern vehicle, in-vehicle cybersecurity has never been more critical to automotive engineers. GRIMM is excited to partner with Walsh College in offering college credit for any person taking our 5-day (40 contact hours) Automotive Cybersecurity training.” Said Jennifer Tisdale, GRIMM CEO.
Walsh College is excited to be partnering with organizations like GRIMM to consistently ensure our students can enhance their careers with confidence. As we celebrate our centennial this year, we reflect on where we have come from and know the strength of our Information Technology academic department will help power us and our students into the future.