The course addresses advanced and complex IT security issues, including attacks on critical infrastructure, cyber fraud and security in social networks. The student becomes aware of and understands the variety, complexity and impact of digital evidence in cyberspace, and its importance, relevance and protection for a well-functioning modern IT society.

Start: Spring
Study pace: 50%
Language: English


At least 90 credits in the field of computer and computer science, of which at least 3 credits computer security and 3 hp operating systems or equivalent.


This course starts in the spring.

The application round is open from mid-September to mid-October. Exact dates can be found on

Apply online on the University Admission website:
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Important information regarding the application process

Schedule and course information

You will find detailed information about the courses and schedule for course start in the list of courses here