|University website:||Advanced Cybersecurity|
|Annual tuition (EEA)||5,500 RON|
|Annual tuition (non-EEA)||5,500 RON|
The "Advanced Cybersecurity" (AC) master program aims at training highly qualified specialists in the field of cybersecurity. From a professional point of view, the master program develops engineering skills in identifying vulnerabilities, risks and cyber threats, as well as scientific skills in carrying out research projects in the field at European level. The master also aims to develop the professional autonomy of students and their ability to social interaction, transversal skills essential to further career development in both academia and the IT&C industry.
Electronic services are the basis of the main ICT applications offered to users via the Internet. Thus, the challenge faced by an information security / cyber security manager is not only to monitor information systems and ensure their security, but also to achieve integration into complex systems, such as critical infrastructures, which, in turn, they must be protected, thus ensuring cyber security, which becomes an integral part of national security.
The AC maser program covers the main methods used for advanced data encryption, the most common tools and methods for detecting and managing cyber attacks, the fundamental principles of an organization's cyber security, seen as a stand-alone entity and as an integral part of an interconnected system. lonal, national and even regional level. The AC master program will provision students with advanced techniques for the prevention and detection of cyber attacks, security audits and implementation of information security management systems. In this context, students have the opportunity to research specialized methods of in-depth analysis (forensics), using dedicated equipment and tools. Students in this master's program will interpret the impact of various types of attacks on integrated information systems (computers, smart devices, communications networks, etc.) by developing their own monitoring, detection and response tools or by integrating various existing applications.
A major area of research for the AC master program is the creation of applications for monitoring and detecting possible anomalies in integrated information systems. This category includes the creation of new applications that ensure security and safety up to the service level. Given the rapid evolution of online services, online access and personal user devices, the program prepares students to identify new challenges, finding the right methods and tools for solving, analyzing and improving the performance of these complex systems.