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A masters refers to the completion of a graduate study program that prepares students to further their knowledge of a specific subject or advance their careers. The majority of masters are granted by state or public universities.
As more of the world relies on connecting through computers, the danger of theft and damage aimed at disrupting networks, software, or hardware grows. Cyber security is an industry that must adapt quickly to changing technology and safety concerns by safeguarding computers at every level.
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Network protection and data exploitation are at the heart of a company's development: master all the challenges of information system security.
Studying for the Master of Cyber Security allows you to develop the skills you'll need to become a specialist in this area. There's an increasing international demand for trained cybersecurity professionals, and graduates of this programme help meet the New Zealand Government's Cyber Security Strategy. This masters degree is the first of its kind to be offered in New Zealand.
This qualification produces industry engaged professionals with the knowledge, skills, and competencies required to excel in their careers as cybersecurity professionals. Candidates will study technical topics including network security; application and web security; identity management and access control; digital forensics; incident response; infrastructure security; industrial internet security (including Internet of Things and mobile device security); and penetration testing.
The Master of Cyber Security will provide you with the range of skills required for an increasingly connected world, where security of information is critical.
Our cybersecurity degrees have been created by industry, for the industry, and will prepare you to combat large-scale illegal activity and its increasing levels of sophistication. La Trobe is a member of the Victorian Oceania Cyber Security Centre (OCSC), a hub for cybersecurity activities funded by the Victorian Government.