As computers become increasingly interconnected and support more services than ever, system security becomes more challenging and more crucial.
By studying cyber security, you'll learn the fundamental processes and practices to protect computing systems from attack, damage or unauthorised access.
You'll study secure programming techniques and ethical hacking to safeguard individuals, businesses and governments against cybercrime, and you'll graduate with highly valued and employable skills.
Career paths can lead to roles such as cyber security analyst, cyber systems engineer or information security officer.
Join a growing industry
- Cyber security specialist was the #2 emerging job of 2020 (LinkedIn 2020 Emerging Jobs Report)
- By 2026, Australia will need 18,000 more cyber security workers
- Australia’s external spending on cyber security products and services grew by 8 per cent in 2018 to $3.9 billion (Australian Cyber Security Growth Network).