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Build tomorrow’s hacker-proof computer systems

Research cutting-edge attacks and defenses in Cyberspace

Do you want to make global news headlines with groundbreaking Cybersecurity research or impact the security of billions of computers worldwide? Your first stop is our top Master’s programme Computer Security, powered by world-class researchers (VUSec and other CompSys groups).

The programme addresses the most ambitious technical challenges in Cybersecurity, with a focus on computer systems and networks security and topics such as hacking, side channels, hardening, verification, malware, vulnerability analysis, and reverse engineering.

The emphasis on low-level systems security is unique: other programmes tend to favor breadth over depth or focus on more theoretical Cybersecurity aspects.

Taster Day Master Computer Security

Are you in the third (or second) year of your Bachelor Programme in Computer Science and are you thinking about enrolling in a Master programme after graduation? To give you an opportunity to get to know the Master Computer Security better and get you inspired, you are warmly invited to come visit the Taster Day!

Date: Friday, March 17, 2023
Location: NU Theater 5 (NU-02C51)

For more information and registration click here.

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Modern computer systems have become increasingly complex and riddled with vulnerabilities in software, such as Heartbleed, and hardware, such as Rowhammer or side channels enabling sophisticated microarchitectural attacks like Spectre, Meltdown, and RIDL. All these vulnerabilities are exploited by hackers to compromise real-world systems, implant malware, mount DDOS attacks, etc. And these are all topics you will cover in this Master’s programme.

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Change your world, study Computer Security