After graduation

You can move to the world of work as a cybersecurity engineer, able to contribute to large- and medium-sized companies, manufacturing industries, public administrations, national defense, public and private offices working on cybercrime, and more. In particular, the Master’s degree in Cybersecurity offers to acquire knowledge and expertise in the leading four professional roles:

  • Cyber Analysis: able to evaluate and monitor the protection of an information system, identify vulnerabilities and their possible exploitation to perform an attack, respond to incidents and attacks, perform forensic analysis;
  • Cyber Designer:  can design, assess and improve the cybersecurity measures built over complex information systems to ensure its protection. A designer can also implement, apply and maintain the selected cybersecurity measures identified during the design phase;
  • Cryptography expert:  able to design, evaluate and implement cybersecurity controls and technologies to protect the confidentiality and integrity of data and communication using standard and advanced cryptographic tools;
  • Cyber Legal and Compliance Officer: able to evaluate the compliance of the cybersecurity measures identified at the design phase or built over a complex information system concerning current standards and regulations.