Computing - Digital Forensics and Cyber Security / Ríomhaireacht - Fóiréinsic Dhigiteach agus Cibearshlándáil

Holders of an appropriate Bachelor of Science in Digital Forensics and Cyber Security or equivalent should apply to CAO in the year for which admission is sought. Entry is subject to normal entry requirements

Do you question accepted approaches to cyber security, or wonder how a network intruder or hacker behaves? This programme will provide you with an all-round perspective on information security risk and risk management. Subjects covered range from the basics of Programming, Networking, Web Development and Databases to Advanced Programming, IT Business Management, Secure Programming and Communications, and Network Security. Graduates are in high demand in all parts of the Information Technology sector, as security is one of the fastest-growing parts of the industry.

 

  • Security Analyst
  • Security Consultant
  • Penetration Testing

Semester 1

  • Mobile Device Forensics
  • Application Security
  • Business Continuity Management & Cloud Security

Semester 2

  • Network Security Analytics
  • Biometrics and Forensics Applications
  • Individual Project

 

The course initially appealed to me because it included my favourite topic, mathematics, and because it has a wide variety of modules to give students a taste of everything, Being biased, I believe this is the best course. You never stop learning as there are always new technologies evolving and it is an industry that has a huge demand for graduates.


- Emma Heffernan, Digital Forensics and Cyber Security

On graduation, you may continue to postgradute study at TU Dublin or elsewhere.

TU Code

TU885

Level

Level 8

Award

Bachelor of Science (Honours)

Duration

1 year

Location

Blanchardstown

Fees

EU Fees

Non-EU Fees

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