Cybersecurity is today one of the most important challenges of the digital era. The development of digitalization, new ways of working remotely and collaboratively or the creation of new business models have recently led to historic records of cyber-attacks on a global scale. For this reason, cybersecurity has become a priority for any organization.
In this context, the increase in the number of threats, as well as the high number of protection and detection devices to be implemented, have exponentially increased the demand for experts in the design and management of cybersecurity.
With the aim of training these professionals, the UPC School organizes the Master’s Degree in Cybersecurity Management. Students taking the master’s degree will have the opportunity to learn the methodologies and techniques necessary to manage, plan, design and implement the necessary procedures to optimize the security of the different assets, taking into account the latest cyber threats that have recently appeared.
Degree, bachelor's degree or engineering in Computer Science or Telecommunications. Engineers and scientific-technical graduates interested in obtaining a recognized qualification to demonstrate their knowledge of computer security and their ability to protect their facilities from cyber-attacks. Computer systems administrators. Members of the State Security Forces and Corps. Computer security company consultants. Security incident response team consultants. Critical infrastructure technicians. IT directors and managers. Lawyers and criminologists who want to specialize in computer crimes. Other related professionals who need in-depth knowledge of the subject for the development of their professional activity.