UMUC’s Not-So-Hidden Figures of Cybersecurity

The University of Maryland University College Cybersecurity Department continues its celebration of Black History Month with two more Facebook Live interview segments on African American women in cybersecurity.  Next up, on Feb. 22, join Loyce Pailen, director of the UMUC Center for Security Studies as she discusses her career journey in Cybersecurity and offers insights and tips for success along the way.

The series concludes on Feb. 26 with insights from Tamie Santiago, collegiate associate professor of Cybersecurity Policy.

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Join Us Feb. 22 and 26: UMUC’s Not-So-Hidden Figures of Cybersecurity

 

The University of Maryland University College Cybersecurity Department continues its celebration of Black History Month with two more Facebook Live interview segments on African American women in cybersecurity.  Next up, on Feb. 22, join Loyce Pailen, director of the UMUC Center for Security Studies as she discusses her career journey in Cybersecurity and offers insights and tips for success along the way.

The series concludes on Feb. 26 with insights from Tamie Santiago, collegiate associate professor of Cybersecurity Policy.

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Series Concludes Feb. 22: UMUC’s Not-So-Hidden Figures of Cybersecurity

The University of Maryland University College Cybersecurity Department’s interview series on African American women in cybersecurity, in celebration of Black History Month, continues in a live Facebook chat with Loyce Pailen, director of the UMUC Center for Security Studies.  Join her on Thursday, Feb. 22 as she discusses her career journey in Cybersecurity and offers insights and tips for success along the way. Continue Reading

Stay Tuned for Part Two of UMUC’s Not-So-Hidden Figures of Cybersecurity

The University of Maryland University College Cybersecurity Department’s interview series on African American women in cybersecurity, in celebration of Black History Month, continues in a live Facebook chat with Tamie Santiago, UMUC collegiate associate professor of cybersecurity policy.  Join her on Thursday, Feb. 15 as she discusses her career journey in Cybersecurity and offers insights and tips for success along the way. Continue Reading

6 Must-Reads for Your 2018 Cybersecurity Book List

The latest University of Maryland University College (UMUC) Cyber Connections Blog post offers suggested reading to keep you in the know and up-to-date about all things cyber in 2018. Blog Editor Alex Kasten shares six top picks culled from the BookAuthority’s extensive list of great reads— recommended by successful CEOs, business leaders, and renowned subject-matter experts worldwide.Continue Reading

UMUC’s Not-So-Hidden Figures of Cybersecurity

Join the University of Maryland University College Cybersecurity Department on Facebook for a series of live interviews throughout February, beginning Feb. 8, in celebration of Black History Month.

UMUC cybersecurity faculty experts Emma Garrison-Alexander, Loyce Pailen, and Tamie Santiago will discuss their career journeys in Cybersecurity and offer insights and tips for success along the way. Please join us on our Facebook page for video interviews with UMUC Cybersecurity faculty experts.Continue Reading

7 Cybersecurity Predictions for 2018

It’s that time of year again when all manner of media offer articles that reflect on the past and contemplate the future with predictions about emerging trends and lists of what’s “out” and what’s “in” over the next 12 months.  And recently, a group of University of Maryland University College (UMUC) cyber experts offered some prognostications of their own, now posted on the university’s Cyber Connections blog.Continue Reading

Here, There, and Everywhere: UMUC’s National Cybersecurity Awareness Month Activities Covered a Lot of Ground

University of Maryland University College (UMUC) marked its annual observance of National Cyber Security Awareness Month this October with an abundant slate of events and activities around and throughout the month to educate about the importance of cybersecurity, the workforce skills required to keep vital public and private data and systems secure, and to provide businesses and the public with tools and strategies to stay safe online.Continue Reading

UMUC Cyber Padawans Rack Up Accomplishments, Take Second Place in Recent Halloween-themed Hacking Competition

Notable achievements across a variety of cybersecurity hacking challenges highlight the UMUC Cyber Padawans’ busy fall competition schedule

 

ADELPHI, Md. (Oct. 25) – The University of Maryland University College (UMUC) Cyber Padawans hacking competition team captured 2nd place, along with a $300 cash prize, at the “Catch the Ghost” Halloween-themed capture the flag (CTF) competition, held on Saturday, Oct. 21, at the Anne Arundel Workforce Development Corporation in Linthicum Heights, Maryland.Continue Reading