Despite enormous investment in the development of defensive cyber capabilities, we as a nation continue to lose ground against determined adversaries in the conflict for control in cyberspace. The Texas A&M Cybersecurity Center is dedicated to combating adversaries who desire to harm our citizens, our government, and our industry through cyber-attacks. The Center seeks to advance the collective cybersecurity knowledge, capabilities, and practices, doing so through ground-breaking research, novel and innovative cybersecurity education, and mutually beneficial academic governmental and commercial partnerships. Working with researchers, faculty, and industry leaders, the Center stands committed to make outsized contributions to social good through the development of transformational cybersecurity capabilities.
TAMC² Areas of Focus
Texas A&M University has an internationally renowned group of faculty who are engaged in groundbreaking cybersecurity research. The University, a premier land-grant institution, also benefits from having great facilities and fantastic students, which enable much of this impressive research portfolio. The combination of great faculty, great facilities and great students ensures that A&M will soon move to the very forefront of cybersecurity research and education.
Texas A&M University has a long history of providing information assurance and cybersecurity educational opportunities for its students, dating back to the mid-1990s. Texas A&M students have an increasing number of opportunities available for acquiring cybersecurity knowledge and skills in order to prepare them for challenges they will face, upon graduation, in their personal and professional lives.
The Cybersecurity Center will only achieve its vision by working with like-minded partners on problems of mutual interest and concern. Potential partners will come from a wide variety of entities, including other academic institutions, federal and local agencies and commercial partners. Our partnerships will focus on the broad application of the Center’s research, education and innovation for the public benefit.