Whether you are a student looking for a MSc degree with focus on cybersecurity or an IT professional or simply someone with an IT/digital background who wants a broad introduction and solid professional foundations in cybersecurity, DTU's educational programs offer you a unique wide range of courses covering different aspects of cybersecurity. 

Computer Security Study Line

As society becomes increasingly dependent on computer systems, from controlling critical infrastructure to providing public services over the web, the importance of protecting against threats from vandals, criminals, industrial espionage and cyber-terrorism grows dramatically. The Computer Security study line offered in the context of the MSc program in Computer Science and Engineering at DTU Compute addresses the secure development, deployment and operation of computer systems that may interact with other computer systems across open networks.

Learn more about the Computer Security study line on the corresponding DTU Compute's Web page.

Specialist Programme in Cybersecurity

In the context of the Computer Security study line of the MSc program in Computer Science and Engineering, a Specialist Programme in Cybersecurity is defined to equip students with the proper knowledge and skills to protect an organisation's assets. To apply for the additional profile, students must meet all the requirements and rules of the Computer Security study line, and students will receive a separate certificate to show that they have obtained the defined cybersecurity competences as part of their studies.

Learn more about the Specialist Programme in Cybersecurity on the corresponding DTU Compute's Web page.

Master of Cyber Security

The need for cyber security is rising – do you need to upgrade your competencies? Due to the increasing digitalization in Danish society and in the rest of the world, focus has increased on IT security and the various risks companies, authorities, and citizens face. As a result, DTU Compute Continuing  Education has created a Master’s program in Cyber Security, so that companies and authorities have the  opportunity to qualify and train IT security staff and managers to deal with the increasing pressure in relation to cybercrime.

The Master of Cyber Security program touches on all the major aspects of cyber security, as well as key elements of the overall concept of "information security". It is designed to provide a professional overview for the benefit of those who work (or want to work) with IT security and to provide the necessary competences to manage cyber security efforts from project management (e.g. software development of security critical systems) to the corporate level.

Learn more about the Master of Cyber Security on the corresponding DTU Compute's Web page.