Department: MSc Cybersecurity Science and Applications
Module Description: This postgraduate course on the science of cybersecurity will provide students with a comprehensive overview of cybersecurity concepts, principles, and practices. The course will cover topics such as security threats, vulnerabilities, risk management, access control, cryptography, network security, and incident response. Students will learn about the latest cybersecurity technologies and tools, as well as emerging threats and challenges facing organizations and individuals.
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