Cyber security

Cybersecurity attacks are increasing in frequency and complexity, and demand for qualified security engineers is increasing, as well as the number of open cybersecurity jobs.


The master program “CyberSecurity” is part of the fundamental domain of Engineering Sciences, the master studies in the domain of Electronics, Telecommunications and Informational Technologies (ETTI), in the science area of Electrical Engineering, Electronics and Telecommunications. The teaching language is English. The program is dedicated mainly for students graduating from a bachelor's degree program in the fields of Electronic Engineering, Telecommunications, Computers and Information Technology, Applied Automatics, Informatics, but can also be followed by graduates of related study programs.


The master program will ensure the development of skills and competences for a professional / research career in designing and implementing cyber security solutions at the organizational, local, national and regional level. The training of cyber security specialists will be based on the presentation of cyber security concepts, information security methods and organizational vulnerabilities assessment and the acquisition of practical skills in determining the threats, risks and security breaches, implementation of robust security infrastructures with software and hardware methodologies, protection of critical infrastructures and the rapid and efficient management of security incidents. We are the first university in the country to offer a master program called Cyber ​​Security with content that responds to the demands of today's highly computerized modern society.


Examples of studied disciplines:

Cyber ​​Security of Information Systems and Services, Cryptography Fundamentals and Application Scenarios, Types of Cyber ​​Attacks and Threats, Identity and Access Management in the Virtual Space, Management of Cyber ​​Security Incidents, Security of Critical Infrastructures, Ethical Hacking, Data Mining and Data Warehousing.


Perspectives after the completion of studies:

Graduates will be specialists in science and engineering, specialists in information and communication technology security. According to the Global Information Security Workforce Study, there will be 1.8 million open cybersecurity jobs by 2022. The increased demand in security specialists will be visible in all areas where ICT will be in use, including health, transportation and Industry 4.0.

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Staff mobility incoming

Teaching – STA
Transilvania University of Brasov welcomes teaching staff from higher education institutions for the purpose of carrying out teaching activities. Teaching stages are encouraged to be carried out based on Inter-Institutional Agreements between our university and partner universities all over the world.

Training – STT
In the framework of Erasmus+program, Transilvania University of Brasov is training mobility for academic and administrative staff from higher education institutions (STT). The mobility are governed by Inter-Institutional Agreements between our university and partner universities all over the world.

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