There is a huge shortage of cybersecurity professionals both in Europe and worldwide. Furthermore, the shortage is growing every year. As more and more companies and institutions are looking for professionals who are also able to develop products and services against cyber threats, CyberMACS responds to this demand for the graduating engineers and scientists who can be innovative, entrepreneurs, and will possess intercultural communication and social skills. Some of the possible titles under which you may work after graduation are: cybersecurity expert, cybersecurity analyst, data protector, cybersecurity vulnerability assessor, security architect or product integrator, system penetration tester, incidence response expert, cryptographer, malware analyst, application security expert. A few examples of industries areas are:
- Cybersecurity industries including international consulting companies for security,
- International industrial R&D jobs,
- Security products and service developing companies,
- Engineering and consulting companies, etc.