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53%

 

ANTICIPATED INCREASE OF
DEMAND FOR U.S. INFORMATION
SECURITY PROFESSIONALS IN
THE NEXT TWO YEARS

– CyberSecurity Market Report Q2 2015

50%

 

OF ALL PHISHING ATTEMPTS
ARE MADE AGAINST AIRLINES
AND AIRLINE PASSENGERS

– Tony Tyler, Director General of the International Air Transport Association

$11B

 

ESTIMATED ANNUAL GLOBAL
SPENDING ON MOBILE AND
NETWORK SECURITY, AND GROWING

– CyberSecurity Market Report Q2 2015

$445B+

 

CRIME INVOLVING COMPUTERS
AND NETWORKS HAS COST
THE WORLD ANNUALLY

– 2014 report by the Center for Strategic and International Studies

MAJOR INITIATIVE TO HIRE CYBERSECURITY FACULTY

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MESSAGE FROM OUR DIRECTOR

Daniel J. Ragsdale, Ph.D.

Director, Texas A&M Cybersecurity Center
Professor of Practice, Computer Science and Engineering

Dr. Daniel “Rags” Ragsdale is a thirty-year Army veteran whose service included combat deployments to Iraq (Operation Iraqi Freedom), Afghanistan (Enduring Freedom), and Grenada (Urgent Fury). He is currently a Professor of Practice at Texas A&M and is the Director of the Cybersecurity Initiative for the Texas A&M Experiment Extension Service (TEES). In that capacity he is responsible for managing and directing cybersecurity research and educational initiatives at Texas A&M. (read more)

Email rags@tamu.edu
Office 979.845.7398
Address  Donald L. Houston Center, 200 Discovery Drive, 3112 TAMU, College Station, TX 77843

UPCOMING EVENTS

Gradate Student Faculty Job Disscusion

Gradate student Faculty Job Disscusion Come meet with Dr.Tommy Morris of the University of Alabama in Huntsville to discuss tenure track assistant professor positions in Computer Engineering and Computer Science. UAH is uniquely positioned to help you develop a robust...

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TAMC2 NEWS

Putin Tightens Internet Control

Putin brings China’s Great Firewall to Russia in Cybersecurity Pact November 29, 2016 Russia has been working on incorporating elements of China’s Great Firewall into the “Red Web”, the country’s system of internet filtering and control, after unprecedented...

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Showden: Easy to Hack Voting Machines

Edward Snowden Demonstrates How Easy It is to Hack a Voting Machine–All for Just $30 November 8, 2016 | By: Kyle Becker Edward Snowden has gained quite a notorious reputation as the ex-NSA spy who revealed to the American people just how extensive the...

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Internet-of-Things Botnet DDOS

Double-dip Internet-of-Things botnet attack felt across the Internet Massive attack combining compromised IoT devices, other bots cripples many sites October 21, 2016 | By: Sean Gallagher The distributed denial of service attacks against dynamic domain name service...

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Protecting GPS Signals

Dr. Jyh-Charn Liu, professor and director of the Real Time Distributed Systems Lab, is currently working on developing algorithms to detect incorrect signals of the Global Navigation Satellite Systems (GNSS).

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