Alumnus Armando Guerrero is currently a cybersecurity professional, lifelong learner and community leader.
On January 1, 2022, there will be new criteria for the Dean’s List and the President’s List. The updates allow us to recognize more outstanding students.
Phishing was one of the most common types of scams in 2020. The COVID-19 pandemic was also a contributing factor to the high number of phishing incidents.
I recently had the good fortune of speaking with published author, Navy veteran, and cybersecurity expert Robert M. Brzenchek about his take on the state of America’s cybersecurity posture.
We have over 70 student organizations. You can learn more about these organizations at our Virtual Organization Fair, which will be held on November 10.
Unlike online job boards, virtual career fairs provide a more personalized way to job search — all while growing your professional network!
There are many noteworthy African Americans in the cybersecurity field, including Mark Dean, Marsha Rhea Williams, Ted Colbert and Bukola Somide.
An accurate forecast can save lives and property. Climate changes – especially the type of changes that cause major weather events – are a concern.