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Have you considered a career in cyber security? Professionals in this field work to:

  • defeat malicious attackers,
  • improve a company’s security and defenses,
  • become an ethical hacker, and
  • prevent identity theft.

A Global Information Security Workforce Study found that the cyber security workforce gap is on pace to hit 1.8 million by 2022 (ISC, 2017). It is critical that today’s students graduate ready to enter the workforce and fill the vast number of available cyber security positions.

Did you know…..?

The Bryan School of Business and Economics offers a Graduate Certificate in Cyber Security

Contact the UNCG Career Services Center at 336.334.5454 or for more information about how to get on track for a career in cyber security. UNCG students can also search for “cyber” or “cybersecurity” on Handshake to learn more about potential careers.

Also, check out the ethical hacking cyber security competition (MAGIC Capture the Flag) that UNCG is hosting on November 3 (registration deadline is October 29).

Learn more:

“Global Cybersecurity Workforce Shortage to Reach 1.8 Million as Threats Loom Larger and Stakes Rise Higher.” ISC2, ISC2, June 7 2017,