Diploma in Cybersecurity at DBS

By Steven Galvin - Last update

Get Daily news and updates directly to your Email

DBS is offering a Diploma in Cybersecurity, starting in February 2022.

Cybersecurity is the protection of internet-connected systems such as networks, devices, programs, and data from cyber-attacks or unauthorised access. The World Economic Forum lists cyber-attacks as 5th in the top 10 global risks and this can affect an individual’s business or work in a number of ways. Cybersecurity is therefore used by individuals and businesses to protect against unauthorised access to data centres and computerised systems.

DBS new suite of professional diplomas and courses provide students the opportunity to upskill and enhance skills for the work environment.

Diploma in Cybersecurity at DBS

Aims of Cybersecurity Course

This programme aims to immerse learners into the area of Cybersecurity with a view to enabling them to be able to act on the real threats that face companies in today’s business environment.


  • Provide learners with an understanding of the threats posed to websites including session hijacking, secure authentication and SQL injection attacks.
  • Equip learners to do full penetration testing on their systems.
  • Introduce learners to the area of cryptography by using public-key (asymmetric) encryption to do secure communication.
  • Understand the risks posed by unsecure software, looking at some of the threats posed by common vulnerabilities including buffer overflow, heap overflow and stack overflow.

Learn more about courses at DBS here

Steven Galvin

Diploma In Legal Studies And Practice at Griffith College
Pathways to GMIT


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

We'd love to send you the latest news and articles about evening classes, further learning and adult education by email. We'll always treat your personal details with the utmost care and will never sell them to other companies for marketing purposes.

Comments and Reviews Policy