Be at the forefront of cyber security and crime prevention.
In a digital world, cyber security is a growing priority for governments, industry and individuals.
This means that professionals with the skills to monitor, investigate and prevent cybercrime are in high demand worldwide – Deloitte Access Economics projects a need for 60,000 additional cyber security professionals by 2030 in Australia alone.
Explore your study options:
Taught by experts from the Institute for Cyber Investigations and Forensics, USC’s fully online cyber security programs will help you forge a career in this fast-growing field. Whether you're new to cyber security, are looking to upskill or want to formalise your work experience to become a qualified specialist, USC has a study option for you.
Learn online, from anywhere
USC’s programs are delivered fully online, so you can study from any location. Advanced programs include virtual placement experiences with organisations such as IDCARE, where you’ll gain practical experience at the forefront of cybercrime research and prevention.
Taught by international experts
USC’s Institute for Cyber Investigations and Forensics is the first of its kind in Australia, offering a blend of specialist training, research, commercialisation and community advocacy.
The Institute is led by Professor David Lacey, an internationally recognised expert in identity security and financial crime and the former Executive Director of the Australian Crime Commission. You’ll be taught by staff with decades of experience in the field, including the Australian Federal Police, US Government and FBI.
Contact the Institute for Cyber Investigations and Forensics
Tel: +61 7 5456 5486