Jun 28th: UCD MSc Cybersecurity – meet the team, hear about the course, ask questions
Find out about this new part-time blended learning UCD MSc Cybersecurity, open for applications to start Sep 2022
The MSc in Cybersecurity is a new part-time blended learning programme that will prepare IT professionals for a managerial or technical career in cybersecurity. Lectures are delivered online, complemented by occasional full-day workshops on campus, allowing for flexible learning but with face-to-face interactions. It is designed to help companies, government and state institutions, defence forces and others to up-skill their staff to fill new roles in cyber security so that they can protect their organisations, their customers and the public.
In this fast-paced information-rich webinar we will outline the programme, its purpose, content, learning outcomes and delivery method. You will hear about about the course structure and schedule, project options, assessment and assignments, who it is designed for, eligibility and entry requirements, fees and more.
Welcome and introductions to the speakers:
Dr Liliana Pasquale (Course Director)
- Dr Liliana Pasquale is an Assistant Professor in the UCD School of Computer Science and Funded Investigator at the Science Foundation Ireland Research Centre for Software. Her research interests are in the fields of software engineering, security and regulatory compliance. https://people.ucd.ie/liliana.pasquale
Professor Joe Carthy (intro to Information security module)
- Professor Joe Carthy is a Full Professor in the UCD School of Computer Science. He served as College Principal and Dean of Science from 2011 to 2021 and as Head of the School of Computer Science from 2007 to 2011. He was the founding Director of the UCD Centre for Cybersecurity and Cybercrime Investigation. https://people.ucd.ie/joe.carthy
Dr Mark Scanlon (intro to Ethical Hacking module)
- Dr Mark Scanlon is an Associate Professor in the UCD School of Computer Science. He is a Fulbright Scholar in Cybersecurity and Cybercrime Investigation. Both his MSc and PhD are in the field of Remote Digital Forensic Evidence Acquisition and Analysis and he is an active member of the digital forensics research. https://people.ucd.ie/mark.scanlon
Dr TJ McIntyre (intro to Cybersecurity law and regulation module)
- Dr TJ McIntyre is an Associate Professor and Head of Teaching and Learning in the Sutherland School of Law at UCD where his research focuses on issues involving information technology law, cybercrime, and civil liberties. He is a practising solicitor and chairs the civil rights group Digital Rights Ireland https://people.ucd.ie/tjmcintyre