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Study cyber security

Australia and the wider world are currently experiencing a global shortage of qualified cyber security professionals. With information technology professionals already in high demand, adding a specialisation in cyber security to your skill set will ensure you enter the job market with highly sought-after expertise.

As cyber attacks are becoming increasingly common and more harmful, organisations are looking for ways to protect themselves and mitigate the risks of future attacks. Demand for creative problem solvers is at an all time high across a range of industries including banking and finance, healthcare, law, retail, defence, and government.

TAFE Queensland offers a Certificate IV in Cyber Security as well as short courses for you to add to your existing skill set. Get the technical skills you need to protect organisations against malicious cyber activity and launch your cyber security career.

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Career outcomes
  • Cyber security support officer
  • Information systems security support officer
  • Network security support officer
  • Security penetration tester
  • Website security support officer
 
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