Supported by the National Science Foundation, the workshop, “Emerging Data Science Methods for Complex Biomedical and Cyber Data,” will take place on March 26-27 at the Georgia Cyber Center.
Augusta University’s School of Computer and Cyber Sciences and Savannah River National Laboratory will sign a Memorandum of Understanding on Thursday, Dec. 5.
The partnership between the two institutions forms a framework for collaboration in training, research and other educational endeavors in the areas of cybersecurity and cyber-physical systems.
“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.
The USG has mandated cybersecurity training bi-annually for all USG employees.
“In this competition, a scenario is built around a fictitious organization and the competing teams are looking to identify and report on vulnerabilities that are really similar to what they would see in a real-world environment.”
Congratulations to five School of Computer and Cyber Sciences students who have been awarded the Department of Defense Cyber Scholarship (DoD CySP) for 2019.
Kowalski and Jbara will join the School of Computer and Cyber Sciences faculty this fall as a professor and an assistant professor, respectively.
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.
With the possibility of cyberattacks always looming around the world, Dr. Craig Albert, director of the Master of Arts in Intelligence and Security Studies, will discuss state-sponsored cyberattacks at the Military and Veteran Services’ professional...
Pioneers in the fields of big data analytics will speak at a workshop at the Georgia Cyber Center.
A new workshop hosted by the National Science Foundation and Augusta University's School of Computer and Cyber Sciences supports collaborations among students and researchers in the Southeast.
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?