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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 Engineering Experiment Station (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

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Big changes in Trump’s cybersecurity executive order

Big changes in Trump’s cybersecurity executive order January 31, 2017: 10:02 PM ET   |  Jose Pagliery @Jose_Pagliery An executive order awaiting President Trump’s signature is aimed at improving nation’s hacker defenses — including a plan to...

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Cyber Summit 2017

Experts Gather At To Discuss Growing Cyber Threats To Critical Infrastructure Jan 26, 2017     |    By:  Aubrey Bloom, abloom@tamu.edu Photo: Texas A&M Cybersecurity Director Dr. Dan Ragsdale (left) moderates a panel featuring (from left to right) Palo Alto...

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