If your company has demand for talent in the fields of cyber security and/or digital forensic, the MCSP program provides the opportunity for dedicated 3-months projects in these fields. As part of the Munich Cyber Security Program, ComCode offers specific and innovative services, performed by well-educated young professionals from Champlain College in Vermont, USA. The students live in Germany for three months between May – August and work full time onsite at the respective company. The students already have extensive practical experience and are assigned to defined projects and operational tasks. The matchmaking and assignment of the students is organized and prepared entirely by ComCode, according to the relevant tasks / projects. The service package also includes coordination by an experienced senior security consultant, who coordinates the scope at the start of the project and is available for ongoing questions.
The internship work can be extended beyond the summer period and continued remotely.
Housing accommodations are organized as part of the MCSP package. MCSP’s structure is intended to be simple and mutually beneficial for all parties involved. Learning experiences, the application of relevant skills, and tangible benefit for companies is what’s at the core of the program.
“The student analyzed applications, websites, and hosts (such as infected hosts from customers), uncovered vulnerabilities, and documented them for later remediation. The goal was to improve system architectures and thus make systems more secure. Research tasks, for example on the subject of IPS (Intrusion Prevention Systems), were also among his tasks, which he always carried out independently and reliably.”
“She quickly learned about technologies like potash, metasploit, and so on. After brief explanations, she captured the environments and set up her analyzes - the resulting reports were of very good quality. There was no language barrier. We were able to introduce her to basic topics such as Industrial Network Security, Risk Assessments and Network Architecture in the industrial environment without any language problems. Personally, I support the program and would be happy to welcome more young professionals.”