Dubai, United Arab Emirates, October 10, 2016 --(PR.com
)-- Silicon Valley-based IT security training company eLearnSecurity, today announced the launch of the MISSION: DUBAI video contest. The competition is open to anyone who has taken at least one eLearnSecurity training course. Interested parties may join MISSION: DUBAI by shooting a video (not less than a minute in length) of themselves mentioning how eLearnSecurity’s training courses have been able to help them in their respective careers. Video entries are to be uploaded to YouTube, and the URL posted to the community.elearnsecurity.com Forums.
The contest will accept submissions from October 3rd to November 30th, 2016. A panel of judges from eLearnSecurity will evaluate the videos based on content and creativity, with the author of the best entry going on a free 4-day 3-night stay in Dubai, flying in via Emirates airline, to have dinner at the uber-luxurious Burj al Arab with eLearnSecurity CEO and founder, Armando Romeo. The winner will also experience one of the city’s most popular activities - a visit to “At the Top” in Burj Khalifa, the world’s tallest building. The highlight of the trip will be either a picturesque private helicopter tour of the city, or an adrenaline-charged tandem jump with Skydive Dubai.
CEO Armando Romeo hinted that “there is one more surprise that you will know about in the next few days,” during the launch of their latest mobile application security training course last September. He went on to tease the webinar’s 1000 attendees, saying, “one of you guys will come to Dubai before December ends.”
Full contest details for MISSION: DUBAI can be found at: https://community.elearnsecurity.com/topic/3598-mission-dubai-win-the-trip-of-a-lifetime-with-elearnsecurity/
About eLearnSecurity: eLearnSecurity is an IT security training provider based in Silicon Valley in Santa Clara, CA. Started in 2010, eLearnSecurity is now under the unified umbrella company of Caendra, Inc., along with other projects such as Hack.me. eLearnSecurity’s training courses range from penetration testing to network defense and reverse engineering.