You can make a difference in the fight against cyberattacks

Information technology infrastructure in hospitals, libraries, voter registration systems, city governments, and other organizations is increasingly under attack. Basic cybersecurity literacy is more vital than ever before for business leaders—and more than half of employers say they don’t have enough cybersecurity staff.

At Indiana University, you can train to become a part of the next generation of cybersecurity professionals. Our innovative Master of Science in Cybersecurity Risk Management program, a member of the IU Cybersecurity community, is the first in the nation to bring together three top-ranked schools to offer technology, business, and law viewpoints on cybersecurity. And you can earn your degree entirely online, or choose to take some classes at the IU Bloomington campus—it’s up to you.

Only the M.S. in Cybersecurity Risk Management from Indiana University will give you the unique—and valuable—ability to identify and mitigate a wide range of cyberthreats in your chosen career path. No matter where you are in your career, our M.S. program can get you to where you want to be.

Learn more about the degree

35average age of students in the program

$14,563scholarships awarded in the first year

3.3average undergraduate GPA

Scott Shackelford

IU's cybersecurity education model of combining education with practical experiences is producing cybersecurity leaders uniquely situated to address pressing workforce needs. We are thrilled to add CyberCorps to the list of opportunities open to our students, which also includes the IU Cybersecurity Clinic, paid internships, and dedicated mentoring opportunities. The CyberCorps Scholarship for Service helps us in our mission of creating a diverse global community of prepared, interdisciplinary cybersecurity professionals who are ready and willing to make a positive difference in the profession, and the world.

Scott Shackelford, Cybersecurity Program Chair

Interested in learning more about the CyberCorps Scholarship for Service?

Visit the IU CyberCorps website for admission requirements, scholarship offerings, and student expectations.

Upcoming events

How Social Media Affects Your Mental Health

Tuesday, April 20, 2021

6 p.m.7 p.m.

Zoom

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We all know social media can have a dark side. Join the Social Media team in our conversation with Matt Currie, a Psychology Intern for the IU Health Center.

Visual Novels workshop

Friday, April 23, 2021

Starts at 5 p.m.

Zoom

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The Game Design Student Alliance Team invites you to join us for this workshop.

Ready to get your M.S. in Cybersecurity Risk Management?