"Strategically Europe was the last bastion we needed to add to our growing and expanding business," said Red Education managing director Mike Baird.
"We now cover all continents, providing a one-stop cyber security training shop for enterprise and global service integrators. Global sales require truly global training and support."
He added "Red Education is known throughout the world for providing outstanding IT training experiences and we are excited to bring these experiences to Europe, disrupting the traditional IT training model.
"We support close to twenty major vendor technologies across the full cyber security spectrum, including firewall, DNS, AP I.D., hyper-convergence, dashboard reporting and now cloud services."
Baird suggested that the rapid rollout of technology as a way of coping with the COVID-19 pandemic has strained businesses' cybersecurity capabilities.
And the lack of skills isn't helping. Baird pointed to a recent Deloitte/RMIT Online survey that found 88% of 600 Australian businesses said it is difficult to find skilled employees.
"While those businesses are doing what they can to address skill shortages, many (49%) rely on attracting new employees – but only 45% are focusing on training and education," he said.