Almost 30 percent of surveyed cities have no formal cybersecurity policy, which would include rules on password creation and guidelines for employee training on computer security, according to a recent survey.
Augusta University students awarded nine of 50 Department of Defense scholarships given nationwide.
Where should state governments invest to protect U.S. elections?
Dr. Craig Albert, director of the master of arts in intelligence and security studies, welcomes the program's first cohort.
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.
Cybersecurity experts from Georgia’s three Cyber Defense designated research universities are available for interviews to discuss the future of cybersecurity research and innovation.
Dr. Alex Schwarzmann has been named dean of Augusta University’s School of Computer and Cyber Sciences.
Construction is well underway at the Hull McKnight Georgia Cyber Center for Innovation and Training. The facility, which will house Augusta University's School of Computer and Cyber Sciences, is nearing completion.
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.
Augusta University will offer a new certificate to prepare students for careers in cybercrime investigation and law enforcement, data security and technology.
An Augusta University student turns his love for video games into a career in computer science.
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...
School of Computer and Cyber Sciences students Leigh Alford, Ebony Hicks, Toryana Jones and Dawn Kimura received the Women in Cybersecurity scholarship!
Workforce projections estimate that by the year 2022 there will be a 1.8 million cyber security workforce gap in the United States.
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.
Augusta University will receive $64 million to advance cybersecurity, undergraduate and graduate education, following approval from Gov. Nathan Deal of the Fiscal Year 2019 budget. Included in the 2019 budget is $49.4 million to relocate the College...
Days have passed, but Atlanta’s Hartsfield-Jackson is still without wifi.
Celebrating all things “Learning-By-Doing,” Experiential Learning Week kicks off on Monday, March 12 at noon in room UH-170 with a keynote presentation from Dr. Paul Matthews, associate director of the University of Georgia Office of Service...