Managing and maintaining network security poses a huge challenge for businesses today and is forcing them to look for next-generation security solutions to contain cyber threats, with the result that there has been a 40% increase in cybersecurity vacancies over the past two years. Security is perceived as one of the key challenges of mobility, with a higher number of devices and connected endpoints increasing organisations' exposure to cyberthreats.
This postgraduate diploma prepares students with computing backgrounds for employment in the IT industry with a specific focus on addressing these networking and information security challenges
Designed specifically to address a growing need in the industry, the Postgraduate Diploma in Network and Information Security at Griffith College is a fully-funded* one-year programme, delivered part-time over three semesters, which aims to enable students to develop robust and efficient network security plans, strategies and solutions. During the course, you will:
*90% or 100% funding is provided by the HEA Jobs Stimulus initiative. Students currently in employment are required to pay €660; the course is free for unemployed students. See the Fees tab for more information.
Our intake for this course commences December 2020.