Augusta University hosted the Southeastern Regional Collegiate Penetration Testing Competition (CPTC) for the second consecutive year.
School of Computer and Cyber Sciences volunteer Julianna Rodriguez has been named Augusta University's Volunteer of the Year, the university's highest volunteerism honor.
Donations have been a big help to #OurAUHeroes in the fight against COVID-19.
Spring commencement has been postponed and no new date set yet. Leaders urge patience, understanding during this unprecedented situation.
Augusta University President Brooks A. Keel, PhD, has been named to Georgia Trend’s list of “100 Most Influential Georgians” for 2019.
“Cybersecurity is one of the fastest growing career fields in the world and it’s critically important that we help prepare girls for leadership in these areas,” said Sue Else, CEO of Girl Scouts of Historic Georgia.
Thirty-six rising high school juniors and seniors from as far north as New Jersey and Connecticut to students right here in our backyard were chosen to be a part of the 2019 GenCyber cohort.
CSO Online lists Augusta as one of their Top 10 Global Cybersecurity Hubs of 2019.
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.
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.
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.
Dr. Alex Schwarzmann has been named dean of Augusta University’s School of Computer and Cyber Sciences.
As a trade war between the U.S. and China looms, Dr. Jonathan Leightner, an expert in Chinese economy, says most people are missing the bigger issue.
Jeremy Garcia, Information Technology After a 12-hour workday at a U.S. military base in eastern Afghanistan, Jeremy Garcia sat on his twin-size mattress, which he had placed on top of a cot for comfort, and began his most important personal battle...
Workforce projections estimate that by the year 2022 there will be a 1.8 million cyber security workforce gap in the United States.