Dr. Paul Attie and Dr. Bogdan Chlebus have accepted positions as professors with the Augusta University School of Computer and Cyber Sciences.
Augusta University, a Center of Academic Excellence in Cyber Defense, is included in a new memorandum of understanding between the U.S. Army Cyber Center of Excellence and the University System of Georgia.
The year's top-10 Jagwire reader favorites highlight innovative and creative work from faculty, students, staff, researchers and clinicians.
Three courses Dr. John Jay developed with an NSA CyberSecurity Core Curriculum Development Grant were among 10 selected for inclusion in the NSA’s National Cybersecurity Curriculum Program.
A record number of passengers are expected to fly this Thanksgiving season. That's great for airline companies, but it could also be a cybersecurity problem.
Students in the School of Computer and Cyber Sciences presented research at the prestigious conference.
Could exposure to certain visuals or sounds on social media induce anxiety in people and influence their behavior?
The Augusta University Cyber Institute's event aims to stimulate girls' interest in the cybersecurity field.
Augusta University is the first higher education institution in Georgia to provide a cybersecurity engineering program.
Almost 30 percent of surveyed cities have no formal cybersecurity policy, which would include rules on password creation and guidelines for employee training on computer security, according to a recent survey.
A recent piece in Georgia Trend discusses Georgia’s place in the rapidly growing cybersecurity industry.
Russia is taking fake news a step farther. The newest trend is creating a false persona to push fake news on U.S. news organizations.
Augusta University students awarded nine of 50 Department of Defense scholarships given nationwide.
Where should state governments invest to protect U.S. elections?
The Division of Information Technology is restructuring its team to improve its services to Augusta University and AU Health.
President Brooks Keel and Dr. Gretchen Caughman welcomed faculty and staff back to campus at the 4th Annual Fall Kick-off
Augusta University partners with state to provide cybersecurity education and research
The cybersecurity and IT-related workforce in the Augusta metro area and Fort Gordon increased from 12,716 to 14,765. These workers contribute more than $1 billion to the local economy in salaries alone.
Cybersecurity experts from Georgia’s three Cyber Defense designated research universities are available for interviews to discuss the future of cybersecurity research and innovation.
The City of Augusta is holding a Public Information Meeting to discuss the proposed roadway changes in the area of the new Georgia Cyber Center near Reynolds Street.