On Friday, Jan. 27, the University of Guelph cut the ribbon on a new state-of-art research and teaching space for the Master of Cybersecurity and Threat Intelligence (MCTI) graduate program. The more than 4,000 square foot newly renovated space consists of a large classroom, four meeting rooms, office space and a cybersecurity lab to support PhD students.

Industry demand for professionals in this field has never been higher. Graduates of this master’s program will become leaders in security analysis and design, threat intelligence, penetration testing and malware analysis, cryptography engineering and digital forensics.