Cyberthreat is real. And why it matters
Most of the general public including IT professionals are unaware of how vulnerable our nation's critical infrastructure is - the electric grid, payment networks and water systems among many others. It is open to cyberattacks or "computer hacks". According to Cisco, approximately $17 billion is lost from the Australian economy each year due to cybercrime. Each year outweights the previous year in these number of attacks and will continue to be the the status quo.
Why Study at Carnegie Mellon University
Carnegie Mellon University is uniquely positioned to prepare the next generation of cybersecurity leaders. Ranked #1 in cybersecurity by Universities.com. The MSIT-ITM (Information Security Concentration) focuses on the need to adapt to the changing intruder landscape and to gain deeper understanding of risk management, information security, and data privacy.
While constantly ranking amongst the top 50 universities worldwide, Carnegie Mellon University attracts award-winning talent and is consistently recognised for its unique interdisciplinary environment.
CMU attracts some of the best and brightest students worldwide, which is why we offer competitive scholarships that aids admirable students in reaching their degree dreams. Highly recognised as a trailblazer in the world of technology, business intelligence, and robotics, CMU’s current and past faculty members and alumni are making waves in art, science, and technology.
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"I enjoy having training from experienced professional security professors. The classes I have attended were of high quality." - Omar Arguello Gonzalez, CMU-A Information Security graduate student
"The training you will receive in this program will help you find positions within the private and public sectors. You will transform and bring efficiency to these organisations." - Professor Riaz Esmailzadeh, CMU-A faculty
This highly competitive landscape will never stand still. And neither should you. Book now for an information session to get started. We will then contact you where you will have the opportunity to ask questions and help you decide if this program is for you.