Editor’s Note: This information is posted on behalf of UMBC’s Division of Professional Studies, which offers a broad array of professionally focused master’s degrees and graduate certificates that help prepare professionals for today’s most in-demand careers. UMBC Cybersecurity Virtual Info Session – June 3 Join us online on June 3 at 12 p.m. to learn about Cybersecurity Graduate Programs offered at the UMBC campus. RSVP Here. UMBC Biotechnology Info Session *In-Person – June 3 Meet us on June 3 at 12 p.m. to learn about Biotechnology Graduate Programs offered at the UMBC campus. This event is in-person in Sherman Hall… Continue Reading [Career] Upcoming Info Sessions
Editor’s Note: This information is posted on behalf of UMBC’s Division of Professional Studies, which offers a broad array of professionally focused master’s degrees and graduate certificates that help prepare professionals for today’s most in-demand careers. On April 23, attend the Professional Graduate Program Open House at UMBC’s South Campus (bwtech@UMBC South), to learn about graduate programs in Biotechnology, Cybersecurity, Health Information Technology, Engineering Management and Systems Engineering. During the session, there will be an opportunity to participate in discussions with program directors, staff and alumni, and meet Career Services representatives to learn about careers, job searching resources available and… Continue Reading Take the Next Step In Your Career!
Editor’s Note: We’re excited to share this announcement from UMBC’s Division of Professional Studies regarding upcoming virtual information sessions for graduate programs at The Universities at Shady Grove. UMBC’s Professional Graduate Programs are designed to prepare working professionals to excel as leaders in some of today’s most in-demand fields. Participate in upcoming virtual information sessions to learn about Professional Graduate Programs in Geographic Information Systems, Cybersecurity and Biotechnology offered at UMBC at The Universities at Shady Grove in Rockville, MD.GIS Virtual Info Session Tuesday, April 1, 2014 from 12 – 1 PM.Learn how UMBC-Shady Grove’s GIS Master’s and Graduate Certificate… Continue Reading The Universities at Shady Grove: Information Sessions
CSEE’s Dr. Rick Forno, Cybersecurity GPD and Assistant Director of the UMBC Center for Cybersecurity, was a guest on WEAA’s ‘The Marc Steiner Show’ where he joined Dr. Lisa Yeo of Loyola University in discussing cybersecurity issues and best practices in light of recent high-profile data breaches such as those at the University of Maryland, Target, and Indiana University. Listen to the segment here.
Maryland Senate President Mike Miller and House Speaker Michael Busch held a press conference today to announce a package of bills relating to economic development initiatives. The proposed legislation would leverage public and private sector resources for higher education research endowments; create a seed fund to invest in cybersecurity and privacy companies; and strengthen ties between key state, federal and higher education institutions and neighboring communities by creating Reduced Tax Zones (called RISE zones). President Hrabowski spoke at the press conference (photo at right), emphasizing the importance of investment in endowed professorships and the RISE economic development zones to increase… Continue Reading Pres. Hrabowski Emphasizes Importance of Research Investment, Economic Development, Tech Transfer
Earlier this week, a security research company released a report providing technical documentation and near-certain proof that China is engaging in cyber-espionage activities against the US. While that’s not exactly a new discovery, it provided a much deeper degree of public information used in presenting its findings. On Public Radio International’s program, The World UMBC’s Rick Forno discussed the report’s implications. Forno says he was on the program to discuss American cybersecurity readiness in light of the heightened media interest in cybersecurity following the report’s release. The fact that the networks and our critical infrastructure systems are still vulnerable after… Continue Reading Rick Forno, Cybersecurity, on The World
The Washington Post published an article by Steven Overly on June 11 detailing the recent partnership between the University of Maryland, College Park and the aerospace and defense technology corporation Northrop Grumman. The article noted the recent trend of corporations engaging more directly with universities via donations and partnerships, and cited specifically UMBC’s own collaboration with Northrop Grumman and other firms in the development of both a master’s program and an incubator program in cybersecurity. Read Overly’s original article for Washington Post here.