By: Felysha Walker Mozilla awarded Dr. Jeff Huang, assistant professor in the Department of Computer Science and Engineering at Texas A&M University, a grant to support his significant research in detecting and eliminating web browser-based attacks. Specifically, Huang is focused on developing automated tools to protect web browsers from memory corruption vulnerabilities.
Chief Information Officer Bernie Acre visits with WTAW’s Scott DeLucia about technology hacking possibilities, their cyber training program, cyber security career opportunities, and more during his appearance on The Infomaniacs on Thursday, October 4, 2018.
By: Alyssa Goard AUSTIN (KXAN) — A three day hackathon focused on targeting drone dangers wound down Sunday as three teams of finalists walked away with the promise of $15,000 to support the ideas they’d created for the future.
By: Lesley Kriewald The Texas A&M Engineering Experiment Station (TEES), represented by the Texas A&M Cybersecurity Center, has signed a new collaborative agreement with the Qatar General Electricity and Water Corporation (KAHRAMAA), which aims to strengthen cooperation between both parties in relation to cybersecurity. The agreement was signed at Texas A&M University at Qatar by His Excellency […]
The future of spam and scam phone calls A new report from a private company suggests that by 2019, nearly half of all calls to cellphones will be scam calls.
A New Kind of Warfare: The Bush School of Government and Public Service grooms students for cybersecurity careers
By: Jeannie Ralston Traditionally, militaries have fought in four arenas: air, land, sea and space. But as the damage wreaked by computer hackers expands from breaching retail security systems to penetrating national security computer networks, a fifth—and perhaps even more nefarious—battlefield has emerged: cyberspace. As cyberthreats increase, so do the number of students choosing to […]
On September 11, 2018, Texas A&M Cybersecurity Center hosted a Cybersecurity Networking Social, which allowed for both students and companies in this field to have a smaller, more focused event to connect with each other. There were 18 companies and over 200 students in attendance.
By The Eagle The Texas A&M University System’s Security Operations Center works to protect the System from an estimated 1 million attempted cyberattacks per month, according to a three-minute video made available Wednesday that outlines the center’s work.