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Part time Masters Programs in Cybersecurity in Sankt Pölten Austria 2020

A Master in Cybernetic Security is a degree that provides the practices and technical tools to prevent, detect, counter and recover from cybernetic attacks or incidents. Graduates will have the knowledge to protect and organization’s cyber assets.The Republic of Austria boasts a vast political, educational and artistic culture. The geography of Austria also allows for all types of seasonal exper… Read more

A Master in Cybernetic Security is a degree that provides the practices and technical tools to prevent, detect, counter and recover from cybernetic attacks or incidents. Graduates will have the knowledge to protect and organization’s cyber assets.

The Republic of Austria boasts a vast political, educational and artistic culture. The geography of Austria also allows for all types of seasonal experiences.

The town infrastructure has been growing rapidly, and this has resulted also to growth of education facilities and centres. Some of these facilities include St. Polten University of Applied Sciences, Philosophical-theological University and many others.

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St. Pölten University of Applied Sciences
Saint Pölten , Austria

The strong dependence on digital technologies in all areas of life and business calls for secure and resilient information and communications systems. Our new English-language ... +

The strong dependence on digital technologies in all areas of life and business calls for secure and resilient information and communications systems. Our new English-language master's degree program is the ideal preparation for an activity in the cybersecurity and resilience sector which is in strong economic demand. -
Master
Full-time
Part-time
2 years
English
Sep 2020
31 Aug 2020
Campus
 

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