We live in a connected world. But are we secure in the 'cloud'? How can we best protect sensitive data from attack? You will learn to answer this question on the IT & Mobile Security Master’s degree programme, by finding new solutions for applying and using information and communication technologies safely.
As the ICT sector is completely international, the programme is taught in English and specialists from abroad deliver a majority of the lectures.
Cryptography and its applications allow you to secure networks and prevent computer systems from being infiltrated. You will also work on developing secure software as well as back-up and recovery strategies to minimise the data lost in attacks and network failures. You will also become familiar with the basic principles of software engineering, needed to develop secure software systems.
Mobile end devices are used more frequently than desktop PCs. The security risk in firms and organisations increases when individuals are encouraged to use their own mobile devices for business purposes (BYOD or ‘Bring your own device’). In addressing this issue of mobile security, the degree programme has its finger on the pulse of the times. We show you how to design, develop and test pioneering solutions to mobile problems. Therefore you will be closely involved in cross-platform development, which involves creating and developing secure mobile applications on a variety of platforms. You will learn how to design, plan and diagnose computer networks with a focus on mobile infrastructures. You will recognise security risks and learn to apply your knowledge of information systems and their protection against various types of attack. This puts you in the position of being able to effectively prevent threats such as denial of service, eavesdropping or unauthorised access.
The primary focus of the Master of Science in IT and Mobile Security at FH Joanneum University of Applied Sciences is on technological aspects of internet security.
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Together with the ISIC Association and British Council IELTS, Studyportals offers you the chance to receive up to £10000 to expand your horizon and study abroad. We want to ultimately encourage you to study abroad in order to experience and explore new countries, cultures and languages.
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