Cyber Security is a specialized field, which is regarded as a substream in Computer Science and Engineering. Cyber Security courses aims to equip students with the knowledge and skills required to defend the computer operating systems, networks and data from cyber-attacks.
Cyber Security as a profession is evolving over the years, reason being the increasing rate of cyber crimes. Any industry that transacts online or carries sensitive data is in need of a Cyber Security professional to safeguard its date from such delinquents. Cyberspace being a common platform which is accessed anyone from every corner of the world, the scope of cybersecurity is equally spread across the globe. It is reported that the increasing cyber-attacks and data protection laws are expected to create 1 million jobs for India by 2025. So, this
could be an opportunity for individuals interested in cyber security as a career option.
Candidates prospecting a career in Cyber Security can pursue the degree programme offered at RIET.
DEPARTMENT LABORATORIES :
• Apple iOS Lab
• Systems Programming Lab
• Computer Graphics Lab
• Computer Networks and OS Lab
• Data Structures and Algorithms Lab
• Advanced Software Development Lab (RDBMS)
• Programming Lab (C, C++, JAVA)
• Research and Project Lab
• Free Open Source System Lab (FOSS Lab)
A robot has four parts; the electrical, the mechanical, the hardware and the software. These parts, originally, may seem different. However, as an Automated Robotics Engineer, you will regularly need to make use of all engineering fields when
working. Still, the software aspect serves as the glue that holdsothers together.
Here are some basic tasks:
Designing: As an Automation and Robotics Engineer, you will design plans which serve as guides in manufacturing robots and machines. You will design vital mechanisms that make robots run smoothly. For instance, you are responsible for creating software systems controls that are used in manufacturing.
Equally, you will design robotic systems that are used to increase production and precision levels in some industries.
Building: A second common responsibility is assembling the machines. Although you may have to do this where there is no
separate assembling unit available. It is where you will watch your designs and constructions come to life.
Testing: After assembling, your machine moves to the testing stage. And on many occasions, you will lead the entire process.
You will test to verify that they are safe and able to perform the tasks you designed them for.