Marcus Hutchins Joins Cybrary 

Cybrary today announced that cybersecurity researcher Marcus Hutchins has been appointed as the first Cybrary Fellow. Hutchins is renowned for stopping the global WannaCry ransomware attack.

As a Cybrary Fellow, Hutchins will collaborate with various teams and work cross-functionally to foster engagement with Cybrary’s community of over 3 million learners through spearheading training events and mentoring opportunities, advising on training content strategy, and co-creating new hands-on learning activities such as virtual labs and pathways.

Hutchins shares Cybrary’s passion for ensuring cybersecurity training is affordable and accessible, making his appointment a natural fit. In this role, he is well-positioned to impact Cybrary’s mission to equip cybersecurity professionals with the skills they need to get hired and effectively defend against threats.

The announcement follows Cybrary’s recent Cybrary Free Access launch offering more than 500 hours of material designed to help users break into the cybersecurity industry and advance toward their career goals. 

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