As technology continues to evolve, the need for organisations to protect and secure digital information is becoming more critical. In this degree, students will develop the expertise to investigate and identify cyber security threats, preparing them to tackle contemporary cyber crime and security challenges. Students will learn from professors with the latest knowledge and expertise as well as a decade of research experience in this field.
As cyber crime continues to grow, demand for cyber security professionals is increasing. Cyber security careers are becoming more diverse, spanning technical IT positions and non-IT roles. Graduates of the Master of Cyber Security will find career opportunities in a variety of roles, including as cyber security professional, information security analyst, systems architect, security software developer, test engineer, risk analyst or project manager.
Universities offering this programme include:
Edith Cowan University