wtf you dont need a post doc to work in cyber security ! your probably looking at researchers and the more mathematical research roles.(Original post by Manitude)
The places I've looked at aren't big companies. They're asking for post doctorates because - guess what - NOBODY else is anywhere near qualified for the job. There's virtually no point in hiring someone for a 2-3 year contract if it takes 6+ years to bring them up to speed with the knowledge and skills required to do the job.
If a job requires 6 years to train, then they will have at least 4 different stages like analyst and associate which they will recruit forI would go for greenwhich(Original post by tim_123)
I understand where your coming from, my main question was really aimed around a more practical degree (which i think greenwhich might be?) or a more theoretical (RHUL?).
As my current/soon to be previous career has no relevance to this area a degree really is the only way for me to go
And actually passed?