St. Cloud State University is developing courses and hands-on learning in the critical new area of cybersecurity — quantum encryption.
Mark Schmidt and MBA student Adam Weber recently attended the International Academy of Business and Public Administration Disciplines (IABPAD) conference in Las Vegas.
Tirthankar Ghosh, a professor of computer science and information technology, is part of regional effort to promote the cybersecurity profession.
Six students have earned two-year scholarships facilitated by a Scholarship for Service Award this fall semester.
St. Cloud State University’s Information Technology Security program re-claimed the top crown, finishing in first place in the 2016 Minnesota Collegiate Cyber Defense Competition (CCDC) on March 5.
Four students have earned two-year scholarships facilitated by a Scholarship for Service Award this fall semester.
The National Security Agency (NSA) and the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) in June 2015 named St. Cloud State a Center for Academic Excellence for its Center for Information Assurance Studies, putting the University in the elite company of just 180 other schools in the country including Dartmouth, Rice and the University of Minnesota.
The National Security Agency (NSA) and its agents were on the St. Cloud State campus July 12-17, not investigating, but investing in the future of cyber security through the GenCyber project.
When Punnaro Koy arrived at St. Cloud State’s GenCyber Student Camp this week and was given his complimentary Chromebook laptop, he couldn’t help but be a little suspicious.
Northland students learn about cyber security as part of the CyberCore community scholarship grant St. Cloud State is partnering on with Century College and Lake Superior College.