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Why Study Cybersecurity?

December 05, 2016
If you’re thinking about studying cybersecurity or already working in the tech field and want a career change, now’s the time to act.8: cybersecurity’s ranking on U.S. News and... >>
Associate computer science professor Reza Curtmola discussed cyberattacks and national security risks on “Another Thing, with Larry Mendte,” which aired Nov. 19 on WJLP-TV.“At... >>
With the U.S. presidential election just around the corner, all eyes are on the voting process. As a cybersecurity expert, friends and relatives are asking me if the election is secure. This is a... >>
“I think it's certainly irresponsible for Trump to openly encourage a foreign government to perform such espionage,” says Reza Curtmola, computer science professor and co-director of NJIT's Cybersecurity Research Center. >>
For the first time, NJIT offered a Real World Connections (RWC) Cybersecurity Summer Boot Camp to over 55 New Jersey middle and high school students. >>
The National Science Foundation (NSF) CyberCorps: Scholarship for Service, a program seeking proposals that address cybersecurity education and workforce development, recently awarded a $4,078,362 grant to NJIT's College of Computing Sciences. >>
Watch out for cyber scams and other hoaxes that are sent via email. >>
Professors and computing experts speak on the science behind the reference to NJIT in "The Girl in the Spider's Web." >>
NJIT recently signed a contract to lead the PALISADE project as part of the SafeWare program to develop encrypted computing technologies and address software security limitations. >>
upSKILL, a U.S. Department of Labor-funded consortium led by NJIT, Rutgers-Newark and four north Jersey community college partners will hold a speed interview session August 4. >>