UMGC Experts Say Communication and Access Are Key to Addressing Online and Hybrid Learning Challenges

Chike Patrick Chike, University of Maryland Global Campus adjunct assistant professor of cybersecurity,  teamed with cybersecurity graduate student Olubusayo Ladelokun to discuss challenges related to online and hybrid learning—and outline remedies—during the Oct. 14 session of the university’s Cybersecurity Awareness Month webinar series.Continue Reading

UMGC Webinar Series Highlights Doing Your Part to Be Cybersmart

October Is Cybersecurity Awareness Month

Join University of Maryland Global Campus leaders and special cybersecurity industry guests throughout the month for a webinar series to promote online safety and best practices.Continue Reading

His UMGC Cybersecurity Degree and Acceptance to the Cybersecurity Talent Initiative Led Alumnus Steve Muthomi to a Successful Career Transition

Steve Muthomi always wanted to work in information technology, so he began his career journey by pursuing a bachelor’s degree in information systems management at the University of Central Oklahoma. But once he joined the U.S. Army in 2014, he found that juggling school and work was a bigger challenge than he anticipated.Continue Reading

UMGC CSS Scholars Say Communication, Security, Access Are Key to Safe School Opening and Course Delivery

The three students recently awarded scholarships by the Center for Security Studies (CSS) at University of Maryland Global Campus (UMGC) through the Department of Defense (DoD) Cybersecurity Scholarship Program have been giving much thought to the novel coronavirus’s impact on schools and how best to provide a quality education through mainly digital means.Continue Reading

UMGC Announces Cybersecurity Scholarship Program Award Recipients

ADELPHI, Md. (June 3, 2020)—The Center for Security Studies (CSS) at University of Maryland Global Campus (UMGC) has awarded scholarships to three students through the Department of Defense (DoD) Cybersecurity Scholarship Program (CySP). The CySP program is sponsored by the DoD Chief Information Officer.Continue Reading

Staying Cybersafe During the Coronavirus Crisis

Faculty members from University of Maryland Global Campus School of Cybersecurity and Information Technology offer their recommendations for staying safe during these uncertain times.

Beware of Scammers. Always active during times of uncertainty, cybercriminals are now working overtime amid the coronavirus crisis through a variety of attack vectors to exploit our fears, insecurities, and confusion around COVID-19 treatments. With so many of us teleworking and confined to our homes, it is vitally important to be aware of online and phone scams, and other threats that are rapidly increasing in volume and sophistication.Continue Reading

UMGC Selected for National Cyberwatch’s 2020 Innovations in Cybersecurity Education Program

Adelphi, Md. (April 3, 2020)—The National Cyberwatch Center, a consortium of higher education institutions, businesses and government agencies focused on advancing information security education, has selected University of Maryland Global Campus for inclusion in its 2020 Innovations in Cybersecurity Education program.Continue Reading

Cyber Threats Are Testing Liberal Democracies, Says NSA’s Barnes

The United States and its democratic allies are in a struggle with autocratic powers that are using cyberattacks to undermine elections and to steal technology secrets as well as money to underwrite their regimes, said George Barnes, the deputy director of the National Security Agency, in his Jan. 21 address to the Maryland Cybersecurity Council.Continue Reading