BAE funds Malaysian cyber school

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BAE is funding a new post-graduate cybersecurity program at Malaysia's National Defense University.

The program will offer a three-year Master of Science degree in cyber security and management. The program was developed in cooperation with Warwick Manufacturing Group and the Univ. of Warwick in Coventry, England.

"The extensive program will offer 10 specifically designed cyber security and management modules delivered at the National Defense University of Malaysia each year of the program," said a BAE news release. "Each annual class can accommodate a maximum of 24 students for a total of up to 72 students over the three-year program."

BAE's funding will offset the company's pending sale of Bofors guns to the Malaysian Navy.


Photo: The National Defense University of Malaysia's main library and the campus pool facility.(Photo: Wikimedia Commons)

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