Diana Parr, adjunct instructor in UMBC's Cybersecurity Graduate Program, was selected for the prestigious Brookings Legis Congressional Fellows Program
Join CWIT and STEMRules for a lunch event to hear from and network with diverse professionals from across the cybersecurity industry, 2-1:30, Friday Dec 2
UMBC will hold its first-ever Hour of Code event 11am-2pm December 7 and 8 on Main St i.n the Commons during CS Education Week. Volunteers sought.
Mobile Security Architectures, Threats & Mitigation
a talk by Joshua Franklin (NIST) 6pm Tue. 11/15, UMBC@Universities at Shady Grove
Six new SFS cybersecurity scholars to join UMBC in 2017
NSA launches 4th annual student Codebreaker Challenge
The Codebreaker Challenge is a hands-on, software reverse engineering challenge in which students work to complete mission-focused objectives and push their university to the top of the competition leaderboard.
Consider pursuing an advanced degree in computing
Five short videos show young researchers with PhDs who are working in industry as they talk about what compelled them to pursue a doctorate and how they are using their advanced training in their work
UMBC and IBM Research launch Accelerated Cognitive Cybersecurity Lab
UMBC and IBM Research are collaborating to create the Accelerated Cognitive Cybersecurity Lab at UMBC, which will apply AI, high performance computing, data visualization and IBM's cognitive computing systems and tools to cybersecurity problems
What can be done after a cyber attack?
UMBC cybersecurity expert offers tips following DNC breach
3D Capturing the Future at UMBC
90 high-resolution cameras simultaneously take picutures of an object from different vantage points, software integrates them and produces a 3D model