The New Cyberspace | UMBC Industry News
The Stuff of Smartphones | UMBC Industry News
UMBC’s Cybersecurity Graduate Program Director, Richard Forno, recently wrote an article in The Conversation about a new cyberspace target in weaponized information. In this week’s Industry Roundup, we delve into the idea of how tools can be used to target people’s perceptions and thought processes.
Planet-Seeking Spacecraft | UMBC Industry News
UMBC’s graduate certificate program in Integrated Product Development and Manufacturing provides students a unique, hands-on experience with a selection of fabrication tools for an improved understanding of the capability of each manufacturing process. In this week’s Industry Roundup, we delve into the product world as we take a look at the wondrous material that product […]
Fascination with Space | UMBC Industry Roundup
UMBC’s BUILD a Bridge to STEM internship program offers students an opportunity to work in small teams to tackle real world research questions. In this week’s Industry Roundup we take a look at how Northrop Grumman’s research in outer space is challenging scientists to ask important questions so as to get life-impacting answers, too.
Cybersecurity Top Breaches | UMBC Industry Roundup
Recently, UMBC astronomer, Kenji Hamaguchi, published research in Nature Astronomy that confirms the emission of cosmic rays from binary star systems.
The Building a Diverse Cybersecurity Talent Ecosystem to Address National Security Needs report identified and recognized the University System of Maryland’s efforts to increase the number of students who earn degrees in cyber-related fields. In this week’s Industry Roundup we take a look at the need for experts in Cybersecurity by dissecting the worst cyber […]