“It’s about how to get students into that workforce and how to widen the diversity of who chooses to persist in these fields."
In partnership with the Department of Defense, Augusta University will host virtual computer science and cybersecurity camps for educators and students.
Augusta University's School of Computer and Cyber Sciences has been awarded a $3.2 million grant from the National Science Foundation's CyberCorps Scholarship for Service program.
Congratulations to School of Computer and Cyber Sciences faculty members Dr. Gagan Agrawal and Dr. Michael Nowatkowski in their new leadership appointments.
Augusta University has been selected as an academic coalition partner in a new cybersecurity workforce development program with the University of West Florida. This program is supported by a $6 million grant, awarded by the National Security Agency.
Six students at the School of Computer and Cyber Sciences will receive the prestigious Department of Defense Cybersecurity Scholarship, which guarantees them a job with a Department of Defense agency upon graduation.
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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.
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Students in the School of Computer and Cyber Sciences presented research at the prestigious conference.
Cybersecurity experts from Georgia’s three Cyber Defense designated research universities are available for interviews to discuss the future of cybersecurity research and innovation.
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 twice if connected to public Wi-Fi.
Days have passed, but Atlanta’s Hartsfield-Jackson is still without wifi.
Dr. Michael Nowatkowski is working to make medical devices safe from hacking possibilities.