Master in Cybersecurity Join the army of digital guardians shaping cyberstrategy and managing digital risk to ensure technology is available, protected, and secure.
Master in Cybersecurity
The Master in Cybersecurity is a cutting-edge program that will prepare you to define and lead cybersecurity strategies and teams. Dive into information security threats and trends, regulatory and security frameworks, risk management, cyber intelligence, and crisis response to lead teams of cyberguardians in an era of deep change.
Gianluca D’Antonio is Chief Information Officer at FCC, the parent company of one of Spain’sleading construction and service groups.
Before joining his actual position he worked as Chief Information Security Officer for more than 10years at FCC.
He’s Founder Member and Chair of the Spanish Association for the Advancement of InformationSecurity, a not-for-profit organization founded in January 2007, to foster the improvement ofInformation Security in Spain. ISMS Forum Spain is the Spanish Chapter of the Cloud SecurityAlliance (CSA).
Former Member of the Permanent Stakeholders’ Group (PSG) at European Network andInformation Security Agency (ENISA) 2010-2015 (two mandates).
He holds more than 15 years of experience in the field of Information Security ManagementSystems and Cybersecurity. Throughout his career he have managed and achieved 3 certificationson ISO27001.
He was member of Security & Risk Management Council at Forrester Leadership Boards from 2007to 2014.
He holds a degree in Law from the University of Rome La Sapienza, a Diploma in BusinessAdministration from EOI and a Management Development Program (PDD) at IESE BusinessSchool.
Member of CSA International Certification Board , he holds several certifications in the field ofInformation Security and Technology Risk as CDPP, CGEIT, CISM, CISA, CBCI, L.A. ISO 27001and CCSK.
Before he joined FCC, Gianluca worked as Data Protection Manager at DIA, a multinational retailand Distribution Company, as well as a Senior Consultant in information security at Azertia (nowINDRA) and Motorola Spain
He is one of the authors of the essay “Encouraging the adoption of cybersecurity” edited by ISMSForum in 2015 Encouraging the adoption of cybersecurity.
Why a Master in Cybersecurity?
Security is everyone's business
Professionals in the field must keep up with ever-changing threats and risks. Companies need security managers who understand the impact cybersecurity has on the business and lead teams with compelling security strategies.
Cybercrime damages could cost the world $6 trillion annually by 2021, and spending could reach more than $1 trillion cumulatively from 2017 to 2021. ('Cybercrime Report' by Cybersecurity Ventures)
Numbers that speak for themselves:
2014: 1 million unfilled cybersecurity jobs globally. 2021: number will grow to 3.5 million openings. Cybersecurity unemployment rate has plummeted to 0% and it's expected to remain there in the coming years. (Cisco)
Cyberattacks are now the global risk of highest concern to business leaders in advanced economies
CISA, CRISC, ISACA board director
Though the field of cyber security is still relatively young, demand continues to skyrocket and will only continue to grow in the coming years.
ISACA board chair
Cybersecurity is a whole new world on the rise
Cyberattacks are “natural disasters” to society
Damage and destruction of data, theft of intellectual property and financial data, infrastructure disruption, fraud, damaged reputation... it affects individuals, companies and society as a whole. Holding the right cyberstrategies and managing risk and threat response is key for the digital economy to remain open and secure.
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We offer customized, merit-based aid and loan programs to make sure financial issues don't impede the success of outstanding students.