Cyber Adviser to Academic Institutions

The percentage of universities that are offering cyber-related courses has increased drastically over recent years. Also, there is a well-publicised skills shortage in the cyber security discipline which continues to widen at an alarming rate.

However, it is vital that the university courses remain relevant to the requirements of the market that the graduates will be entering. The security industry remains very fragmented as no two companies security functions are the same. Therefore, the security team needs to be tailored for the company’s specific requirements.

With partnerships with universities, Cambridge Cyber Advisers help them define and design the course content and structure. They participate in the teaching journey through guest lecturing and delivering certain specialist content to the students.

They also help and engage with universities that are conducting research as part of a Masters or Post Doctorate qualification, to identify real world problems that could benefit from dedicated research and study.

Contact Cambridge Cyber Advisers today for more information.