Our society relies on ICT to an ever-larger degree, making cyber security a topic of growing importance. Over the last decade, Radboud University has made a name for itself in this field both in and outside the country. In this specialisation, you will learn how to assess the security of existing ICT solutions, and how to develop more secure solutions for the future.
Master's in Cyber Security: something for you?
What will you learn?
The Master’s specialisation in Cyber Security will teach you how to contribute in the design of new security systems. You’ll be able to draw up the security requirements of an application and discover where possible weaknesses lie. Main focus lies on topics as cryptographic codes, operating systems and protocol verification. But you will also get a broad scope of cyber security to include mathematical, organisational, legal and ethical aspects, with particular attention for privacy issues.
Upon completing this Master’s, you’ll have an in-depth knowledge of cyber security that will include theoretical and technical aspects of the field. You’ll also have a good understanding of the managerial, legal and ethical aspects that play a role.
Cyber security experts are in high demand, so you should find no problem finding a job as consultant, manager, or researcher after graduating. There are a number places you can find employment: