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IBM is announcing the first six of more than twenty Cybersecurity Leadership Centers among HBCUs and HBCU systems. The Cybersecurity Assurance and Policy Center (CAP) at Morgan State University is among the first cohort selected! IBM Tackles Talent Shortage and Cybersecurity Crisis with New and Expanded Partnerships

Join us on for a CAP Center informational webinar to include a Q&A with Director, Dr. Kevin Kornegay. READ MORE March 16, 2022 || 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM Register Here (Required)

    Check out CAP Center Director, Dr. Kevin Kornegay, as he discusses cybersecurity outreach programs with Keith Tripp of TrippTalk Tech! YouTube Link: TrippTalk Tech (S2E11): STEMulating Our Youth!!!

NSF CyberCorps Scholarships for Service in Secure Embedded Systems Advertised in January/February 2022 Edition of Diversity In Action . READ MORE

The GenCyber FACS summer program will support the National Security Agency’s mission to teach cybersecurity fundamentals to young girls from underfunded and underrepresented areas. READ MORE

With the Cybersecurity Assurance & Policy (CAP) Center leading the way, Morgan State University is now a U.S. Cyber Command (CYBERCOM) Academic Engagement Network Partner. Only one of nine minority serving institutions selected. Press Release

Dr. Tanvir Arafin among authors of the Featured Paper of the Month for the IEEE Transactions on Computers February 2022 Edition. READ MORE...

Calling all middle school girls to join us for a fun-filled virtual cyber experience! Engage with female cyber professionals and graduate students, conduct interactive hands-on activities and learn about our upcoming summer camp! For more information, contact gencyber_camp@morgan.edu. Register HERE 2022 GenCyber FACS Youth Conference Flyer

USCYBERCOM's intent through the first year is to extend partnership opportunities to all Academic Engagement Network (AEN) institutions through collaboration and access to the cyber enterprise via scheduled monthly events and engagements with the staff and their Commands. Also, they hope to gain unique insights from AEN institutions, learning from CAP faculty and student research.  USCYBERCOM will leverage the following four lines of effort of the Academic Engagement program: Future Workforce, Applied Cyber Research, Analytic Partnerships, and Cyber Strategic Dialogue

  CAP Scholar, Khir Henderson interviewed and featured in Diversity in Action: Achievements in Higher Education. Khir is among some of the latest success stories in STEM. His impactful contributions to the field are making a difference in higher education and are being recognized far and wide. READ MORE

CyberCorps Scholarship for Service in Secure Embedded Systems We live in a world of connected embedded systems, from smart cars to baby monitors that we interact with daily. Unfortunately, these devices are the constant target of exploitation by hackers that threaten our critical infrastructures. To help address this problem, Morgan State University (MSU) will provide 24 students with a unique educational program with an innovative curriculum in secure embedded systems that integrates active learning experiences and mentoring. The Secure Embedded Systems Scholarship (SES2) is a recruitment, mentoring, and financial support program for students pursuing BS, MS, and Ph.D. degrees with a keen interest in cybersecurity. SES2 utilizes peer and professional mentoring, active and experiential learning activities, and a comprehensive, secure embedded systems curriculum to prepare students for government careers in cybersecurity. The establishment of a pre-freshman through doctorate student pipeline is a unique aspect of the program. The SES2 Scholarship will enhance MSU's strategic vision of preparing a diverse workforce that can meet the government's cybersecurity needs and help to protect our nation's critical infrastructures.   The Cybersecurity Assurance & Policy (CAP) Center at MSU is an NSA National Center of Academic Excellence in cyber defense education. The CAP Center is a university-wide research center that spans several schools at MSU. The Electrical and Computer Engineering Department hosts the CAP Center. It has several academic program offerings in cybersecurity, including a Masters of Engineering in Cybersecurity Engineering (MECE), Doctorate of Engineering (DEN), and Masters of Science and Ph.D. in Secure Embedded Systems. Additional Links Morgan News RadioFacts Security Magazine Opera News Internet2 Vanderbilt News WEAA Dailyadvent News  

THE NATIONAL SECURITY AGENCY WORRIES ABOUT HOW SMART CARS ARE GETTING Anyone driving to the store to buy hamburger knows how vulnerable the nation's infrastructure has become to cyber attacks. Both the energy and food industries have been hit in recent weeks with ransomware. But what about cars and trucks themselves? The more they become rolling, connected computers, the more they'll attract cyber-attacks. Now the National Security Agency has teamed up with Morgan State University to learn more about vehicular vulnerabilities. Joining the Federal Drive with details, the Director of the Cybersecurity Assurance and Policy Center at Morgan State, Professor Kevin Kornegay. Apple Podcast Transcript  

IBM is announcing the first six of more than twenty Cybersecurity Leadership Centers among HBCUs and HBCU systems. The Cybersecurity Assurance and Policy Center (CAP) at Morgan State University is among the first cohort selected! IBM Tackles Talent Shortage and Cybersecurity Crisis with New and Expanded Partnerships

Join us on for a CAP Center informational webinar to include a Q&A with Director, Dr. Kevin Kornegay. READ MORE March 16, 2022 || 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM Register Here (Required)

    Check out CAP Center Director, Dr. Kevin Kornegay, as he discusses cybersecurity outreach programs with Keith Tripp of TrippTalk Tech! YouTube Link: TrippTalk Tech (S2E11): STEMulating Our Youth!!!

NSF CyberCorps Scholarships for Service in Secure Embedded Systems Advertised in January/February 2022 Edition of Diversity In Action . READ MORE

The GenCyber FACS summer program will support the National Security Agency’s mission to teach cybersecurity fundamentals to young girls from underfunded and underrepresented areas. READ MORE

With the Cybersecurity Assurance & Policy (CAP) Center leading the way, Morgan State University is now a U.S. Cyber Command (CYBERCOM) Academic Engagement Network Partner. Only one of nine minority serving institutions selected. Press Release

Dr. Tanvir Arafin among authors of the Featured Paper of the Month for the IEEE Transactions on Computers February 2022 Edition. READ MORE...

Calling all middle school girls to join us for a fun-filled virtual cyber experience! Engage with female cyber professionals and graduate students, conduct interactive hands-on activities and learn about our upcoming summer camp! For more information, contact gencyber_camp@morgan.edu. Register HERE 2022 GenCyber FACS Youth Conference Flyer

USCYBERCOM's intent through the first year is to extend partnership opportunities to all Academic Engagement Network (AEN) institutions through collaboration and access to the cyber enterprise via scheduled monthly events and engagements with the staff and their Commands. Also, they hope to gain unique insights from AEN institutions, learning from CAP faculty and student research.  USCYBERCOM will leverage the following four lines of effort of the Academic Engagement program: Future Workforce, Applied Cyber Research, Analytic Partnerships, and Cyber Strategic Dialogue

  CAP Scholar, Khir Henderson interviewed and featured in Diversity in Action: Achievements in Higher Education. Khir is among some of the latest success stories in STEM. His impactful contributions to the field are making a difference in higher education and are being recognized far and wide. READ MORE

CyberCorps Scholarship for Service in Secure Embedded Systems We live in a world of connected embedded systems, from smart cars to baby monitors that we interact with daily. Unfortunately, these devices are the constant target of exploitation by hackers that threaten our critical infrastructures. To help address this problem, Morgan State University (MSU) will provide 24 students with a unique educational program with an innovative curriculum in secure embedded systems that integrates active learning experiences and mentoring. The Secure Embedded Systems Scholarship (SES2) is a recruitment, mentoring, and financial support program for students pursuing BS, MS, and Ph.D. degrees with a keen interest in cybersecurity. SES2 utilizes peer and professional mentoring, active and experiential learning activities, and a comprehensive, secure embedded systems curriculum to prepare students for government careers in cybersecurity. The establishment of a pre-freshman through doctorate student pipeline is a unique aspect of the program. The SES2 Scholarship will enhance MSU's strategic vision of preparing a diverse workforce that can meet the government's cybersecurity needs and help to protect our nation's critical infrastructures.   The Cybersecurity Assurance & Policy (CAP) Center at MSU is an NSA National Center of Academic Excellence in cyber defense education. The CAP Center is a university-wide research center that spans several schools at MSU. The Electrical and Computer Engineering Department hosts the CAP Center. It has several academic program offerings in cybersecurity, including a Masters of Engineering in Cybersecurity Engineering (MECE), Doctorate of Engineering (DEN), and Masters of Science and Ph.D. in Secure Embedded Systems. Additional Links Morgan News RadioFacts Security Magazine Opera News Internet2 Vanderbilt News WEAA Dailyadvent News  

THE NATIONAL SECURITY AGENCY WORRIES ABOUT HOW SMART CARS ARE GETTING Anyone driving to the store to buy hamburger knows how vulnerable the nation's infrastructure has become to cyber attacks. Both the energy and food industries have been hit in recent weeks with ransomware. But what about cars and trucks themselves? The more they become rolling, connected computers, the more they'll attract cyber-attacks. Now the National Security Agency has teamed up with Morgan State University to learn more about vehicular vulnerabilities. Joining the Federal Drive with details, the Director of the Cybersecurity Assurance and Policy Center at Morgan State, Professor Kevin Kornegay. Apple Podcast Transcript  

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