Cyber security is a key issue in the provision of services, from the application layer through to the basic building blocks of computer and network systems.
This masters degree course in Cyber Security is being offered by the School of Computing and Engineering and has been developed in response to a high demand for cyber security professionals with systematic understanding of the principles and technologies underpinning today's IT systems.
The School of Computing and Engineering has partnered with leaders within the security industry to provide you with a course which will enable you to gain comprehensive knowledge and critical skills in computer security. This course will enable you to pursue a career as a cyber security professional in either the public or the private sector.
Why choose this course?
As well as learning how industry professionals secure cyber systems and their supporting technologies, on this course you will come to recognise the importance behind the management and delivery of content and services through to users.
Building on from undergraduate computing courses, you will have the opportunity to expand your knowledge and skills around cyber security by discovering how cyber security systems are designed and constructed and of the impact technology has on organisations.
The course aims to develop your ability to analyse the legal, social, ethical and professional issues involved in the human aspects of cyber security and be guided by the adoption of appropriate professional, ethical and legal practices.
It also aims to develop your critical skills and techniques to appropriately solve typical cyber security problems, enabling you to choose from a range of security related jobs/roles in a rapidly evolving and diverse environment.
This course provides routes into a diverse range of career opportunities in the information and communications technology (ICT) industry and in organisations that are data and knowledge intensive. Employers require information security officers at all levels including:
- Chief Information Security Officer
- Network and Computer Security Engineers
- Security Managers and Consultants
- Penetration Testers
- Cybersecurity Analysts
- Security Investigators
- Security Researchers.
You will have access to laboratories and dedicated ICT suites with specialist networks and software as well as excellent resources for study space and meetings.
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IELTS - 6.5
TOEFL - 90
The course is designed to meet industry needs/job market demands, and produce graduates who are informed and suitably equipped to meet the needs of the industry.
Upon successful completion of the course you will be able to pursue a number of routes into employment, including opportunities in the Information and Communications Technology (ICT) industry and in organisations that are data and knowledge intensive.
Graduates in cyber security have a good record of achieving employment and progressing in their professional work. The security industry is wide, including companies that need to protect themselves, government and law enforcement through to the providers of equipment and services, such as the:
anti-virus, security software vendors (such as McAfee, Kaspersky, Symantec, Sophos, EMC/RSA, Entrust)
network and computer vendors (such as Cisco, Juniper, Palo Alto, HP, Barracuda)
network and service providers (such as British Telecom, Vodafone, Rackspace, Amazon)
consultancies (such as KPMG, IBM, Fujitsu, HP)
services companies and in government and law enforcement.
Cyber security professionals are in demand across all industries where devices are connected to the Internet and there is a potential threat from those wishing to steal information. This includes:
web presence – from social media to business marketing
electronic commerce – B2B and B2C
personal information (eg: the computer and online games industry)
critical infrastructure command and control (electricity, gas, water suppliers)
services companies, e-government, identity management providers
In the UK there is a huge demand for cyber security professionals and the UK government is investing into the area of cyber security over the next few years.
Typical job titles include:
network or computer security technician
computer or network security officer
identity and access management officer
threat and incident response analyst
data privacy officer
network forensics analyst
data protection advisor
security operations analyst
iso27002 lead auditor
cloud security architect
it security manager
business continuity manager
information risk manager
information governance manager
security software developer
source code auditor