Cyber security top-up degree students, Kian Anderson, Luke Edwards and Gary Younger, are coming towards the end of their four-week work placement in Malta, supported by the 2021-2022 Turing Scheme.
Kian has been working in Gozo General Hospital, focusing on how their security systems are managed. Kian has also been able to learn more about the different applications they use, such as Azure and Microsoft 365 Defender.
“The three weeks have flown by! We will definitely miss Malta and Gozo, as well as the friends we have made along the way.”
Gary has been working for IT Services Malta – a mobile service that distributes and installs technical supplies within Gozo.
“I have seen Kian a few times at work when we have been delivering to the hospital, but I have also been able to install networks and update computer systems in hotels.”
Luke has had the challenging task of remodelling and organising existing spreadsheets to help his company establish standardised formats for storing data.
When Kian, Luke and Gary return they will complete their degree and are due to celebrate their achievements at their graduation in November.