Mizzou Engineering Recognizes Outstanding Faculty, Staff, Students
Mizzou Engineering has recognized faculty, staff and students for outstanding performance and dedication to the College. Winners were surprised today with virtual announcements and personal messages from interim Dean Noah Manring.
CyberTigers Test Their Cybersecurity Skills at Regional Competition
Members of the Mizzou Engineering CyberTigers cybersecurity club had the opportunity to put their skills to the test earlier this month. Students participated in the Mid-West Regional qualifier of the National Collegiate Cyber Defense Competition (CCDC).
Five Tips to Stay Cyber Safe While Shopping Online This Holiday Season
Having your identity stolen can turn the merriest of holidays into the scariest. And this year will be prime for hackers who know many of us will be doing our holiday shopping online. “The upcoming holiday season is the most important season for cybercriminals who will do everything they can to steal your data,” said…
Cybersecurity Club Will Provide New Opportunities
A new Cybersecurity Club will give Mizzou Engineering students the opportunity to hone their technical skills, compete in regional and national events and meet industry professionals.
Mizzou Engineering Adds Four New IT Certificates
Those wanting to becoming tech savvier now have more options. Mizzou Engineering’s Information Technology program will offer four new IT certificates this fall. And students can complete the IT certificates entirely online.
Protect yourself from would-be hackers
Organizations across the country this spring are turning to Mizzou Engineering’s Prasad Calyam, director of the college’s Center for Cyber Education, Research and Infrastructure, for his expertise on keeping cloud-based platforms secure but still functional as more users access systems in healthcare, education and government.
Mizzou Engineering team building cloud computing ‘blueprints’
Many companies and researchers need cloud computing resources with various levels of computing power and security capabilities. But in several situations, the needs of similar companies or researchers mirror each other. So instead of taking the time and energy to build from scratch, how can cloud providers help their users build from “blueprints?” Mizzou Engineers have taken a new innovative and massive step toward that goal.