University of Maryland Global Campus is observing National Cybersecurity Awareness Month 2019 with a three-part video series featuring UMGC cyber faculty, students and recent alumni, who share their tips and insights to help you understand and secure your digital profile at home and at work.
Cyberattacks on e-commerce systems often result in financial and reputational harm as well as compromised personal and corporate data. In Part Three of our series, Patrick O’Guinn, Sr. program chair of Digital Forensics & Cyber Investigations at UMGC, and Elena Healing, a recent graduate of the UMGC Cybersecurity Management and Policy program, discuss how to enhance security when transacting business online. Continue Reading
University of Maryland Global Campus is observing National Cybersecurity Awareness Month 2019 with a three-part video series throughout the month featuring UMGC cyber faculty, students and recent alumni, who share their tips and insights to help you understand and secure your digital profile at home and at work.
In Part Two of our series, Michelle Hansen, UMGC collegiate professor of Cybersecurity and Computer Forensics, and UMGC alumna Felicia Newton, recent graduate of the university’s Digital Forensics & Cyber Investigations Program share their tips on securing consumer devices and what we must be aware of in an age where so many new devices are coming “online” in today’s smart home.Continue Reading
University of Maryland Global Campus observes National Cybersecurity Awareness Month 2019 with a video series throughout the month featuring UMGC cyber faculty, students and recent alumni, who will share their tips and insights to help you understand and secure your digital profile at home and at work.Continue Reading
“Basic certifications are important to get out of the gate, but hands-on experience goes a long way toward opening doors,” said Mike Janke, master of ceremonies for “Decoding Your Cyber Career,” a networking and informational event held on October 2 at the Robert and Eleanor Romadka College Center on the Essex campus of the Community College of Baltimore (CCBC).Continue Reading
We don’t know much about the origins of Valentine’s Day, who St. Valentine was, or even why the day became associated with romance and love. But we do know this: the period leading up to Valentine’s Day—and the day itself—is the peak season for romance scammers.Continue Reading
Editor’s Note: University of Maryland University College (UMUC) Global Media Center launches its coverage of National Cybersecurity Month with an article by Dr. Emma Garrison-Alexander, which is reprinted here in its entirety from the current issue of the UK-based publication “Cyber Security Practitioner,” retaining its original British conventions of spelling and editorial style. Learn more about this publication at the article’s conclusion. The image used on the cover graphic and within the article is credited to Evstratov / Unsplash.com.Continue Reading
It’s not the scarcity of skilled individuals to fill current and future cybersecurity workforce needs that keeps Loyce Pailen awake at night. For the director of the Center for Security Studies at University of Maryland University College (UMUC), it’s the issue of children growing up without understanding the nuances of cybersecurity—and the high paying cyber careers that are available to them—that tops her list of concerns.Continue Reading
State of Maryland Committed to Protecting Critical Infrastructure, UMUC to Preparing Future Cyber LeadersContinue Reading
Twenty years after government and military officials revealed the menace, internet hacking remains such an existential threat to the nation that it will require a “moonshot-style” development to get ahead of the hackers, warned speakers at a cybersecurity symposium hosted by University of Maryland University College (UMUC) on Oct. 10.Continue Reading