Registration Instructions for Free Splunk Training
- >> University students, faculty, and staff: please register here using the email address provided by your college or university.
- >> Individuals taking training through a skills development partner organization: please click on the name of your referring organization here. During registration, you will be asked to enter a coupon code, which the organization should have provided to you.
- >> Nonprofit and research IT staff and employees: Please click on the appropriate program Nonprofit | Research to create your Splunk account and access training using the email address provided by your organization.
SplunkWork+ | Colleges and Universities
Welcome to SplunkWork+
About Colleges and Universities
Universities, colleges, and institutions of higher learning around the world use Splunk to support their curriculum and training offerings in big data, cybersecurity, Internet of Things, and IT operations. Curious if your school is a part of the program?
Free Splunk Training for Colleges and Universities
As part of the $100 million Splunk Pledge, we have committed to supporting the effort to train the workforce of tomorrow by equipping colleges and universities with the Splunk skills — all at no cost. The SplunkWork+ community you are about to join requires that you register with an email address issued by your institution. Curious if your institution has been approved?
Through this program, you will have access to award-winning eLearning courses that will help prepare you for the leading jobs available right now at companies around the world.
These skills are in demand at leading companies around the world. More than 15,000 customers in over 110 countries use Splunk solutions, including 89 of the Fortune 100. Join millions of passionate users by signing up now!
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- An Introduction to Observability
- Cross-Site Scripting (XSS) Attacks
- Cyber Threat Intelligence (CTI): An Introduction
- Data Lake vs Data Warehouse
- Denial of Service (DoS) Attacks
- Introduction to Cybersecurity Certifications
- Observability vs Monitoring vs Telemetry
- Phishing Scams & Attacks
- Threat Hunting vs Threat Detection
- What is SIEM?