Tag - School of Computer and Cyber Sciences

Using public Wi-Fi during Masters Week? Think twice.

After a day without their phones, departing Masters patrons are probably ready to do some serious sharing (not to mention add up the cost of all that merchandise they bought). But they should think...

Governor breaks ground on cyber center addition

Gov. Nathan Deal expounded on the economic value of the cyber center at a groundbreaking for a $35 million expansion of the newly named and logoed Hull McKnight Georgia Cyber Center for Innovation...

Jaguar Nation's students, faculty, and staff are doing great things. Read about them

Jaguar Nation's students, faculty, and staff are doing great things. Read about them »

Augusta University to host cybersecurity conference

AUGUSTA, Ga. – Augusta University will be the center stage for the launch of a cyberattack powered by SANS CyberCity that will compromise a city’s infrastructure, including its power grid, sewage...

‘The future is now at Augusta University’

A message to the Augusta University community from President Brooks Keel Dear Colleagues, In my investiture remarks last April, I talked about what a tremendous opportunity we have to become a...

The benefits of building a Cyber Range in Augusta

The Jagwire team caught with John “Jay” Heslen, assistant professor of political science and cyber, to talk about the benefits of building a Cyber Range in Augusta. Watch to find out how...

Augusta University cyber camp trains local teachers

Media advisory for Wednesday, June 8 EVENT: Augusta University College of Education is hosting the first GenCyber Middle Grades Teacher Camp to provide cyber training to 10 education majors and 20...