Experience a Day in the Life of the Nation’s Top Cybersecurity Experts in Just Three Hours to Learn First-Hand About This Diverse Career Field
University to Name Conference Center Ballroom after the late Gen. Vessey, a “Soldier’s Soldier” who Rose from Enlisted Man to the Nation’s Highest Ranking Military Officer
CBS Radio to Provide Anchored Coverage of Ceremony Beginning at 10:03 a.m. Friday, Nov. 10, at ConnectingVets.com
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.
(ISC)², the international membership association for information security leaders, recently announced the winners of its seventh annual Americas Information Security Leadership Awards (Americas ISLA®), which celebrate the accomplishments of private and public sector industry leaders throughout the Americas who are inspiring change within the information security workforce.
University of Maryland University College’s undergraduate program in computer networks and cybersecurity receives prestigious Circle of Excellence award from EC-Council
State of Maryland Committed to Protecting Critical Infrastructure, UMUC to Preparing Future Cyber Leaders
Video Briefing to be Shown Publicly for First Time at University of Maryland University College Symposium, Tuesday, Oct. 10
University of Maryland University College and The Cyber Center for Education & Innovation, Home of the National Cryptologic Museum, to Host Cyber at the Crossroads
Groundbreaking Scholarship Program Provides Path for Prince George’s County Public Schools Students to Earn a UMUC Bachelor’s Degree for $10,000 or Less
A Memorandum of Understanding signing ceremony will finalize commitments made between PGCPS, PGCC and UMUC at the start of the new school year for the inaugural class of 18 Prince George’s 3D Scholars. The three institutions created this pilot scholarship program to provide a pathway for high-achieving high school students to earn dual enrollment credits toward an associate’s degree at PGCC, before transferring to UMUC to earn a bachelor’s degree for a total cost of $10,000 or less.