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Smart Shoppers Go Abroad for Affordable Information Security Programs
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cyber crime information  Table 1. Graduate level cyber security programs abroad and their institutions. Institution Name Location Programs, Courses, and Laboratory Information Royal Holloway, University of London London, England MSc in Information Security MSc in Secure Electronic Commerce Smart Card Laboratory University of Amsterdam Amsterdam, Netherlands Java security and web security Cambridge University Cambridge, England Cryptography, algorithms Queensland University Brisbane, Australia Information Security Research Centre

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