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Webinar: Studying Cybersecurity at Abertay

18 June 2021
16:00 - 17:00
SI-UK India (online)
Representative: Natalie Coull, Janice Grant & Doug Watters

Learn more about studying ethical hacking and cybersecurity and join an industry with exceptional global growth for graduates in this special webinar.

Dr Natalie Coull, Head of the Cybersecurity department at Abertay University, an active researcher and consultant in the Ethical Hacking field, will be giving a talk about developments in the subject. She will be exploring the importance of dealing with growing threats from both criminals and cyberterrorism, and how we enable our students to neutralise these. She will also outline the great career opportunities in this growing area. You will also get the chance to ask any questions you may have.

About Abertay

Abertay is a modern university, located in a city-centre campus in Dundee, Scotland’s fourth city. Abertay launched the world’s first Ethical Hacking degrees and is poised to become Scotland’s capital of cyber security. The University was among a handful first to be awarded UK Centre of Excellence for Cyber Security Education by the National Cyber Security Centre – part of GCHQ, the UK Government Communications Headquarters.

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