St. Bonaventure University

Cybersecurity Program

Prepare for your career as an information systems security professional

Cybersecurity at St. Bonaventure equips you with the sophisticated tools necessary to pursue a career in computer crime investigation, information assurance and digital forensics. Cybersecurity students use their education to detect, investigate, and prevent technology related crimes. 

Degrees & Certificates Offered

  • How to start a career in cybersecurity

    Experienced professionals share advice for entering the exciting, important and high-demand field of cybersecurity in this informative webinar.

    Cybersecurity Careers

    With a degree in Cybersecurity, you will be in demand. At St. Bonaventure, Cybersecurity students are prepared for high-paying careers including:  

    • Intelligence analyst 
    • Computer crimes special investigator
    • Information assurance specialist 
    • Credit card fraud investigator
    • Health insurance special investigator 
    • Money laundering analyst 
    • Network administrator
    • Bank security compliance officer
    • Compliance, risk management and fraud supervisor 
    • Digital forensics examiner
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      Jul 22, 2022 | St. Bonaventure University has been awarded $125,000 from the George I. Alden Trust to upgrade its instructional computer science labs.

      Apr 28, 2022 | Dr. Anne Foerst, professor of computer science, department chair, and director of SBU's individualized major program, co-organized the annual conference of the Interdisciplinary & Individualized Major Programs Network, held virtually at St. Bonaventure March 23-25.

      Jan 31, 2022 | Dr. Huihui Wang, associate professor of computer science and cybersecurity, and her student, Harry Romesburg, '22, co-authored a paper titled "Software Defined Radio based Security Analysis for Unmanned Aircraft Systems," which was presented at the Institute of Electrical & Electronics Engineers' 40th International Performance, Computing, and Communications Conference.