Are you a higher educated professional (computer scientist, lawyer, policy maker, etc.) with several years of professional experience in and affinity with issues related to cyber security?
Do you want to develop your expertise and do you believe in an integral and multidisciplinary approach to solve these contemporary cyber security issues? Or are you interested in expanding your technical and research skills to an expert level? Then one of the master’s programmes of the Cyber Security Academy The Hague could be something for you.
To introduce you to both the executive master Cyber Security programme of Leiden University (English taught) and the master Cyber Security Engineering programme of The Hague University of Applied Sciences (Dutch taught), and take a look at the HSD Campus, please come to the information meeting:
Wednesday the 8th of May 2019
16.45 - 18.30 hrs.
HSD Campus, Wilhelmina van Pruisenweg 104, 2595 AN Den Haag
Please send an e-mail to Mariola Crucq, programme manager of the master Cyber Security Engineering, containing your name and in which master’s programme you are interested.
The executive master Cyber Security, conducted in English, reflects the rapidly rising demand for a new type of cyber security professional, and is characterized by a curriculum with a comprehensive, multidisciplinary approach, taking technical, legal and governance aspects into account. Taking todays values of cyberspace as a starting point, the curriculum focuses on a comprehensive understanding of interrelated cyber security issues and their impact on society.
The master Cyber Security Engineering, conducted in Dutch, is a programme for professionals who work in the technical practice of cyber security and wish to grow into the role of leading technical specialist. The focus of the programme is on researching cyber security issues in complex situations and developing ICT-related security solutions that fit the objectives of organisations. This mainly concerns technological aspects in the specific context of organisations and their partners.
Both programmes are part time, last two years and start each year in February.