At the time Junior Novas was shot in the shoulder in Afghanistan’s Helmand Province—after suffering a major concussion when his vehicle was struck by an Improvised Explosive Device in Iraq’s Anbar Province—he didn’t even know the woman who would become the mainstay of his life as his wife and caregiver.
Earlier this year, NBC News writer Herb Weisbaum reported on the FBI’s projection that when all data were tallied, ransomware payments for 2016 would hit a billion dollars compared with the $24 million paid in 2015.
The University of Maryland University College (UMUC) Alumni Association has honored seven outstanding alumni volunteers for their exceptional service to UMUC.
The Internet of Things (IoT) is on the rise, and so are the threats associated with the interconnectedness of our devices. Eighty-four percent of organizations that have adopted IoT report experiencing at least one IoT-related security breach—and 93 percent of executives expect IoT security breaches to occur in the future—according to a February 2017 Aruba Networks study. Malware, spyware, and human error are the most common problems the study also reported.
University of Maryland University College (UMUC) is taking steps to accelerate the process through which it grants prior-learning credit to servicemembers and veterans who wish to study cybersecurity. The effort is part of a pilot program that leverages three of UMUC’s strengths—an exceptional undergraduate cybersecurity program, a 70-year-long educational partnership with the military, and relationships with key cybersecurity employers—to expand career opportunities for military students.
Film explores insights from cybersecurity professionals through authentic conversations, discovering breadth and diversity of growing field
MGM National Harbor to host June 28 ceremony and reception to honor five scholarship recipients who are helping loved ones recover from serious injuries sustained while serving in the military.
Registration for New Graduate Program Now Open, Classes Begin in Fall
Adelphi, Md. (April 25, 2017) – University of Maryland University College (UMUC) has received a Z Award for Vision and Innovation at the Zenoss annual user conference, GalaxZ17, held in Austin, Texas, on April 12. Awarded to exemplary customers, partners and teams, the Z Awards are designed to recognize best-in-class IT practices and serve as a model to others in the industry.
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