The School of Computer and Cyber Sciences is thrilled to announce that two more faculty will be joining us in the new academic year.
IT offers tips to protect data and privacy at Augusta University while working remotely.
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.
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.”
October is National Cybersecurity Awareness Month. The Division of Information Technology is here to share ways to keep both AU and you cyber safe.
Many of us remain in awe of IT professionals and their magical powers to “fix the Internet” or retrieve lost emails. We live in the most digital and computerized age ever and we have IT professionals to thank for that.
With almost 9,300 students enrolled in the fall semester, Augusta University is thriving and has become a destination of choice.
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...
Augusta University’s information security team is launching two changes to help ensure the security of patient, student and employee data.
School of Computer and Cyber Sciences students Leigh Alford, Ebony Hicks, Toryana Jones and Dawn Kimura received the Women in Cybersecurity scholarship!