Cyber Security Engineering is designed for Computer Science, Engineering or other STEM graduates, looking to take a leading operational role in securing the digital assets upon which an organisation is critically dependent.
Our world is becoming ever more dependent upon the relationship between people, the environment, and digital systems. Our evolving use of web and mobile communication devices is obvious. Less noticeable are the digital systems in vehicles, infrastructure, industry, finance, agriculture, and medicine. These all reside in the cyber domain and all need securing.
By studying Cyber Security at Warwick you will deepen your knowledge of this multifaceted cyberspace. You’ll understand the nature of this evolving cyber environment, and how to protect and enhance the human experience within it.
On this MSc, you will develop your ability to think and act coherently in cyberspace. You'll focus on the technical aspects of cyber security and how these may be implemented in a multidisciplinary way. The course is a broad fusion of practical application and theoretical abstraction. You should expect to be using your deep understanding to solve realistic cyber security problems.
The WMG Cyber Security Centre team at the University of Warwick are working to further understand the nature of the evolving cyber landscape, and to protect and enhance the human experience within it.
Our expert tutors bring their subjects to life, blending academic knowledge with experience across a wide range of industry sectors. We also enjoy extensive guest lecture input from companies such as IBM, HP and PwC, and from UK government and law enforcement agencies. This mix of research-led teaching and real-world input will both inspire and prepare you to contribute at the forefront of the cyber domain.
This course is also accredited by the Institution of Engineering and Technology