Master's Degree in Cybersecurity Structuralia
Why pursue a Master's Degree in Cybersecurity?
Businesses today are increasingly concerned about their cybersecurity, and how to avoid computer attacks and cyber espionage. Therefore, learning about risk management and how to identify internal vulnerabilities is critical to prevent and overcome a cyber crisis.
Therefore, this Master’s degree in Cybersecurity has been designed to provide students with deep and comprehensive knowledge of the digital world, and address the basic principles of network protection, evaluation, and interpretation. It addresses the following questions:
- What threats are information systems exposed to in my company?
- How often could these threats occur should I not take protective measures?
- How do I take measures?
- How can I minimize risks?
Scholarships and Funding
Structuralia 50% Scholarships – Online:
Module I Business Cybersecurity Vulnerabilities
- Unit 1: Information Security Vulnerabilities. Social Media Risk Analysis
- Unit 2: Detection, Risk Analysis, and General Protections
- Unit 3: Cybersecurity Principles and Good Practices. Security Risk Management. Threats and Vulnerabilities
- Unit 4: Standards, Regulations, and Legislation. Cybersecurity Management Systems
Module II Safe Development and Identity Management
- Unit 1: Security Plan and Safe Development
- Unit 2: Identity Management and Authentication
- Unit 3: Threat Models
- Unit 4: Safe Information Management and Storage
Module III Digital Identity, Reputation, Fake News, Socint and Docxing
- Unit 1: Types of Social Media
- Unit 2: Threats and Mitigating Factors in Social Media
- Unit 3: Docxing and Socint
- Unit 4: Infoxication. Fake News. Techniques and Analysis
Module IV Malware and Malicious Codes
- Unit 1: Social Media Types
- Unit 2: Malware Type I
- Unit 3: Malware Type II
- Unit 4: Vulnerabilities, Exploits, and Payloads.
Module V Business Cryptography
- Unit 1: Introduction to Classical Algorithms
- Unit 2: Symmetric Key Algorithm
- Unit 3: Symmetric Key Algorithm - Hash Function
- Unit 4: Digital Certificates, PKI, and Cryptographic Applications
Module VI Introduction to Corporate Network Security
- Unit 1: Social Media Security
- Unit 2: Communication and Distributed Local Networks. Extranet
- Unit 3: Linux-Based Architecture Security
- Unit 4: Cloud 8 - Based Architecture Security
Module VII Web Security
- Unit 1: How the Web Works
- Unit 2: Web Security
- Unit 3: Website Attack Techniques
- Unit 4: Measures to improve web security
Module VIII OSINT Security, Open Source Investigation
- Unit 1: OSINT
- Unit 2: Server Advanced Use
- Unit 3: Research Methodology
- Unit 4: Security Tools
Module IX IoT Security
- Unit 1: What is IoT?
- Unit 2: Challenges in IoT Security
- Unit 3: IoT Security in Cloud Suppliers
- Unit 4: IoT Security Frameworks
Module X Master's Final Project (MFP)
The program is subject to possible content updates and upgrades.