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<ul> <li>Identity & Access Management</li> <li>IoT Security</li> <li>Project Work</li> <li>Comprehension Viva-voce</li> </ul>
Jaipur Campus
B.Tech Cyber Security
UGC Recognized 4 year program
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Scope of The Course
  • Vacancies
    USD 332.6 Billion

    Market Size by 2026

  • INR 3.5 Lacs to 6.0 Lacs
    INR 11.5 Million

    Future jobs by 2026

  • U$D 16
    USD 95.3 Billion in

    Market Size in 2021

B.Tech Cyber Security
Why ICRI ?

India’s first & largest institute in new age careers

Real time exposure in data analysis with practical training

Industry trainings embedded in course curriculum

19000+ alumni network working across the globe

Learn and explore the best of both worlds with India’s top ranked university

Get trained by leading cyber security professionals and certification from leading universities in cyber security

India’s first & largest institute in new-age careers

19000+ alumni network working across the globe

Students will be trained on various security tools in order to perform various actions such as encryption, network security, Monitoring, Antivirus Software, Intrusion Detection, and penetration testing.

Learn the latest and most relevant tools, such as Wireshark, Splunk, and Meta Spoilt Network.

Gain in-depth understanding, by working with real-world case studies that reflect new and timely challenges in this domain.

Candidates will be certified in Ethical Hacking and Network defending.

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What will you be taught?


    • Physics
    • Chemistry
    • Mathematics I
    • Engineering Mechanics


    • Advance Java Lab
    • Mathematics II
    • Engineering Graphics
    • Principles of Operating System


    • Mathematics III
    • Theory of Computation
    • Design and Analysis of Algorithm
    • Compiler Design


    • Web and Mobile Application security
    • Advance Java Lab
    • Database Management System
    • Computer Networks


    • Artificial Intelligence
    • Ethical Hacking Fundamentals
    • Software Engineering and Testing Methodologies
    • LINUX Programming


    • Digital Forensics
    • Information Security Risk Assessment
    • Quantum Computing and Cyber Security
    • Blockchain Security


    • Platforms and Systems Security
    • AI in Cyber Security
    • Security in Wireless Ad Hoc Networks
    • Industrial Training
What Will You Become

    What will you become?

    Cyber Security Architect Cyber Security Engineer (Tech Lead)

    Cybersecurity Architects and Engineers are responsible for creating and implementing security measures for information systems. They work with system administrators and other technical personnel to create systems that are resistant to Cyber-Attacks. Cyber Security Analysts use data mining and other analysis techniques to identify and assess cyber threats.


    Cyber Security / Information Security Lead

    The information security lead is responsible for developing and implementing the organization's information security policy and procedures, managing information security resources, and providing leadership and direction for the overall information security program. The information security lead also serves as the organization's primary liaison with the information technology (IT) department and other internal and external stakeholders.


    Network Penetration Testing and Secure Configuration

    Network penetration testers typically work for a company that provides security services or for a government agency. They may also work as freelancers. Network penetration testers use a variety of tools to test networks and systems. These tools may include scanners, sniffers, and attack tools. They may also use social engineering techniques to gain access to networks and systems.

    Technical Trainee - Cyber Security

    As a Cyber Security Trainee, you will assist the Testing and Service Delivery teams on various tasks.

    Cybersecurity Analyst - responsible for protecting computer systems, networks, and data from unauthorized access and security breaches.

    Ethical Hacker - hired by organizations to identify vulnerabilities in their computer systems and networks and test their security measures.

    Security Consultant - hired by companies to provide guidance on security protocols and develop strategies for preventing security breaches.

    Information Security Manager - responsible for managing an organization's overall security plan and implementing security measures to protect the company's assets.

    Penetration Tester - tasked with finding vulnerabilities in computer systems and networks and testing the security measures in place.

    Network Security Engineer - responsible for designing, implementing, and maintaining an organization's network security systems.

    Security Architect - involved in designing and implementing security protocols and frameworks for an organization's computer systems and networks.

    Cybersecurity Compliance Officer - responsible for ensuring that an organization's security policies and procedures comply with industry regulations and standards.

    Where will you work?

    Marketing Communications and Business - As a cybersecurity marketer, you would develop marketing campaigns and content that promote the benefits of cybersecurity products and services to potential clients.

    Policy and Governance - As a cybersecurity policy analyst, you would work to develop policies and guidelines to promote security awareness and help ensure compliance with cybersecurity regulations.

    Automotive Manufacturing Industry - Automated vehicle manufacturers are dealing with multiple facets of cybersecurity like computing systems, and communication systems.

    Healthcare Sector - The healthcare sector is another area where cybersecurity professionals are in high demand. With the increasing digitization of healthcare, protecting patient data from cyber threats is critical.

    Banking and Financial Services Sector - Banks and financial institutions are particularly vulnerable to cyber threats, and they require cybersecurity professionals to secure their systems and data.

    Retail-E-commerce - With the increase in online shopping, e-commerce sites are vulnerable to cyber-attacks, and cybersecurity is crucial to protect customers' payment information.

    Government - Government agencies deal with sensitive data related to national security and public safety, making cybersecurity critical to prevent cyber-attacks on the government's systems.


    Industry Growth

    • According to the report, the Cyber Security market industry in 2022 is $170 billion.
    • For the last 3 to 5 years Cyber Security Professionals are getting paid high as compared to the average IT Professionals.
    • Moreover, there is a huge demand for ethical hackers due to frequent cyber-attacks on big companies and banks thus companies need skilled professionals.
    • Some of the top companies that recruiters candidates every year are Google, KPMG, Reliance, Microsoft, Oracle, etc.

    Highlights of the growth

    • Build practical applied skills relevant to current and emerging demands in the cyber security field.
    • Learn the latest and most relevant tools, techniques, strategies, and technologies w.r.t Cyber Security.
    • Refine your ability to think critically about how organizations manage security.
    • Gain in-depth understanding, by working with real-world case studies that reflect new and timely challenges in this domain.
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