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Cybersecurity Trainees Use Today’s Threats to Prep for Future Attacks

Whether you’re planning to break into the field of cybersecurity through government, healthcare, banking or another sector, career opportunities have never been higher. 

Demand for skilled cybersecurity workers is projected to grow at a rate of 18 percent through 2024, representing a “much faster” pace than that of other industries. Information Security Analysts also report earning a median salary of $90,120 per year. 

A Master of Science in Cybersecurity Engineering degree from Embry-Riddle’s Daytona Beach Campus prepares students to evolve with technology to stand up to digital threats — no matter where they arise.

This cutting-edge program teaches advanced cybersecurity issues through hands-on curriculum and research activities that align with industry trends. Students work in teams to solve issues that mirror real-world scenarios, from the design stage all the way through to the decommissioning of systems.

Students also have access to the Cybersecurity Engineering Laboratory — a facility that offers state-of-the-art technology for attack and defense exercises. Extracurricular groups such as the Engineering Design Club, ERAU Mobile Application Development Club and a student branch of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) complement coursework to enhance the academic experience.

Investigate the opportunities available with a Master of Science in Cybersecurity Engineering today!

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