Category Archives: Community Outreach

IAS research survey for federal workers and contractors

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Below is a link to a graduate survey related to IAS that needs federal government, military and contractors to participate. The survey has 26 questions and takes 10-20 minutes to complete. IAS Research Survey

NSA Career Opportunities

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“Defending Our Nation. Securing the Future” “Confidence in Cyberspace” The National Security Agency (NSA) anticipates hiring in excess of 1000 personnel in the coming year. NSA currently has a number of openings for full-time positions in all our mission areas. … Continue reading

Alumni Association February 2014 Event

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The Minnesota Schools IT student and alumni association is holding their February 2014 event in St. Paul on February 11th at 5:30. If you are interested in attending go to the URL below to register. Session Title: Emerging technologies and … Continue reading

ISC2 foundation scholarships

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The ISC2 foundation offers a number of scholarships in the field of Information Assurance and Security. See the info at the link below if you are interested: http://www.isc2cares.org/scholarships/

NIST proposes security infrastructure framework

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NIST has a proposal for a framework that public and private entities would follow in order to create a secure infrastructure.  They are looking for comments so if you have an interest in how these rules turn out, I encourage … Continue reading

Twin Cities ISC2 Chapter Get Together July 22nd

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July 22: Social Get Together hosted by the Twin Cities Area (ISC)2 Chapter – 3pm at Hell’s Kitchen  which is located at 80 S 9th St in Mpls 55402 Info can be found on the chapter website: http://www.isc2tc.org/

Link to BrightTalk webinar on ‘Big Data’

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Charlie McClain, one of our excellent faculty who teaches in the School of Technology recently participated in an ISC2 sponsored webinar.  For those who missed it, here is a link to the recorded presentation. https://www.brighttalk.com/webcast/5385/72993