Charleston Defense Contractors Association C5ISR Hack-a-thon

The Charleston Defense Contractors Association is sponsoring a Hack-a-thon during the Eighth Annual C5ISR Government and Industry Partnership Summit from 17-20 November 2014 at the Charleston Area Convention Center. Please pass the attached information onto any of your students that may be interested in this event. Read more…

Charleston Defense Contractors Association – 4th Annual Mobile App Competition

4th Annual Mobile App Competition…….$7000.00 in Awards and Scholarships……The Charleston Defense Contractors Association (CDCA) is pleased to announce the 4th Annual Mobile Application Development Competition in conjunction with its annual Government and Industry Partnership Summit in Charleston, SC November 17-20, 2014. Read more…

AITP Meeting – Student Chapter of the Association of Information Technology Professionals

All majors are welcome to join the first AITP meeting of the 2014 fall semester. Those who attend will be informed about trips and events planned this semester. Any student of any major can get involved, whether it’s being a member or to enjoy the events we host, like our Teklan Gaming events. AITP is a great way for any student to get immersed and see the technical field. We will meet on campus in Room 2208 of the IT Building on Wednesday, September 3rd at 5:30 PM.

Congratulations to Ibrahim Waziri Jr

Congratulations to Ibrahim Waziri Jr, M.S. Candidate in Applied Engineering (IT) and Graduate Research Assistant has been accepted into Purdue University for their PhD in Information Security

Professor Investigates Cloud Computing Security

Jordan Shropshire, Ph.D., a professor in the Department of Information Technology has been awarded a multi-year grant of $108,000 from the National Science Foundation (NSF) to improve the security of cloud computing systems. Shropshire said just as ordinary computers are susceptible to viruses and malware, clouds can also be infected, which is a serious threat, given the increased reliance on clouds. His research will develop and test security tools to address these threats and reduce security risks. Read more…

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