Nov. 20, 2023, 7:45 p.m. | /u/Wise_Temperature_161


I often read about how Computer Science will give you better fundamentals and a better understanding of how computers work in general, which is required to be a good "hacker." It's said that cybersecurity degrees are often just marketing moves by colleges. I'm currently studying cybersecurity in Germany and am thinking about whether my choice was right (I definitely want to work in cybersecurity, though). In my opinion, we have a very good choice of modules (networking, mathematics, cryptography, coding …

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