Articles about UMUC Cybersecurity
By Nick Anderson, The Washington Post Magazine
Follow the UMUC Cyber Padawans in a neck-and-neck race to the finish at the Cyber Maryland Challenge. A $30,000 prize was up for grabs. Did they win?
By Gil Klein
Cybersecurity Program Advisory Board members discuss the challenges of hacking, tracking and attacking in the virtual world. Also includes a timeline of cyber security history.
By Retired U.S. Air Force Lt. Gen. Harry Raduege
The cost of not protecting cyber networks is too great to ignore.
By Mark Gerencser, managing partner, Booz Allen Hamilton's Global Commercial Business
The vast amount of data being generated in our technologically connected world presents both opportunities and privacy concerns.
By Retired U.S. Air Force Lt. Gen. John Campbell, chair, Government Advisory Board, Iridium Communications Inc.
The first commander of the Joint Task Force–Computer Network Defense recalls the Department of Defense's early ventures into cyber security.
By Kathy Harvatt
UMUC students, alumni, and faculty are making waves in the world of cyber security competitions.
By Greg Von Lehmen
Cyber security was a logical next step in UMUC's ongoing efforts to respond to the country's most critical workforce needs.
By Bob Ludwig
Maryland has earned its title as being at the epicenter of the nation's booming cyber security and information assurance industries.
Meet the academic leadership of UMUC Cybersecurity programs.