Cybersecurity Student Resources
Murray State Cyber endeavors to ensure students are provided with the support necessary
to become successful graduates and cybersecurity workers. The sections below highlight
the various ways students are supported through the Murray State Cyber Program.
Murray State University is home to several organizations organizations for students including the Association of Cybersecurity and Network Management. Learn more on the Student Organizations page.
Murray State is home to multiple organizations for students including the Association of Cybersecurity and Network Management. Learn more on the Student Scholarship page.
Cybersecurity is always changing, therefore it is important for security professionals to stay ahead of the game at all times. Links to conferences, government security centers, news organizations, standards, and more are available on the resources page. Learn more on the Cybersecurity Resources page.
Cybersecurity competitions are practical learning opportunities for students and provide an added hands-on experience beyond the labs used in CNM/CYS courses. Learn more on the Student Cyber Competitions page.
A student's education extends beyond the classroom, industry partnerships, educational conferences, internships, cooperative education experiences and more can enhance a student's education. As part of the Murray State CNM Program's requirements, each student is required to complete the CNM 488 "Cooperative Education/Internship". Learn more on the Student Opportunities page.
Industry certifications provide potential employers with the ability to assess the skill set of applicants based on the certificates they hold. Murray State Cyber encourages students to supplement their education with industry relelvant certificaitons. Learn more on the Industry Certifications page.