The latest from Tulsa’s online Cyber Security Program
Insights, updates and essential reading for our online M.S. in Cyber Security candidates.
Cybersecurity is a broad field with many career paths. Computer programming skills aren’t necessary to work in the field, but they can distinguish applicants for some roles.
Don’t let myths about cybersecurity stop you from transitioning into the field via a master’s program. The answer to the question ‘Is cybersecurity a good career?’ is a definitive yes.
Demand for cybersecurity talent is increasing as organizations invest in network security and information assurance. The quickest path to advancement in the field may be a cybersecurity master’s degree.
Demand for cybersecurity talent is going up across industries. To take advantage of this hot job market, you may need to reskill in a master’s program sooner rather than later.
The White House is doing its part to close the cybersecurity talent gap. You can help by developing cybersecurity skills in a program like TU’s online M.S. in Cyber Security.
Is specializing the key to success in cybersecurity? Maybe; but cybersecurity specialists in all branches of the discipline need the same foundational skills.
The cybersecurity job outlook is strong for everyone in the field, but your prospects will be even stronger with a master’s degree.
The answer to the question “what is cybersecurity?” is complex. New cyber-enabled jobs are changing the cybersecurity landscape.
To answer the question “Why is cybersecurity important?” requires a thorough understanding of what those vulnerabilities look like and just how acutely cyber attacks affect us all.
Pursuing an M.S. in cyber security at a school with a current NCAE-C designation, such as The University of Tulsa, ensures you get the best possible graduate education in this important field.