NSF-funded leadership-class computing center boosts U.S. science with largest academic supercomputer in the world
By: National Science Foundation Today, the Texas Advanced Computing Center (TACC) at The University of Texas at Austin (UT Austin) launched Frontera, the fastest supercomputer at any university and the fifth most powerful system in the world. The system is the result of a $60 million investment by the National Science Foundation (NSF) to advance […]
On Friday, September 27th, Dr. Danny Davis spoke at the Technical Skill Workshop, part of the three-day Tech to Protect Regional Codeathon Event. His topic was “The Importance of Software Development Experts Considering Cybersecurity Principles During the Development Process.” The event was designed to bring students, faculty, and public safety practitioners together to solve complex […]
Texas A&M Cybersecurity Center Assistant Director participates in Cybersecurity Panel at Brazos Valley Business Summit
On September 26, 2019, Texas A&M Cybersecurity Center Assistant Director, John Romero, participated in the “Mind the Gaps: Preventing Cyber Breaches at Your Business” panel at the Brazos Valley Business Summit. The panel centered around cybersecurity in small businesses and practical ways in which business owners can ensure that they are taking all of the […]
Peter Casey, a member of the 2020 class in the Department of International Affairs, has been awarded a CyberCorps Scholarship for Service (SFS), which supports undergraduate and graduate students studying cyber-related disciplines. SFS is a federal government program designed to recruit and train the next generation of information technology professionals, industrial control system security professionals, […]
By: Kenny Wiley FBI Director Christopher Wray, in an appearance before the U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee in Washington, D.C., earlier this week, praised the Texas A&M University System for its work to help other academic institutions with their cybersecurity efforts, and for its collaboration with the bureau on matters of national security.
By Kathleen Witte, KBTX Adults who use devices like the Amazon Echo (Alexa) or Google Home in our places of residence generally know there’s a privacy concern–after all, the devices are listening for our cues. But now, a group of senators says children don’t have the same understanding, and they have greater legal protections.
By Forbes While it’s hard to ascertain what event represented the tipping point on the perception that cybersecurity issues in the energy industry are serious, that is indeed the case today. After Stuxnet, Shamoon, WannaCry, NotPetya, and a host of other incidents, commercial firms and government are unable to keeps their heads in the sand on […]
By Spirit Magazine How Texas A&M University is preparing its students to tackle issues of cybersecurity.