How safe is your digital data? October is Cybersecurity Awareness Month — a national effort to raise awareness about digital security and empower technology users to protect themselves and their personal information online.
New in Cybersecurity from ComArtSci
- Building Cybersecurity Capacity Through Education, Awareness, and Training
Ruth Shillair, Patricia Esteve-González, William H. Dutton, Sadie Creese, Basie Von Solms
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This November, Dr. Shillair’s team at the Global Cyber Security Capacity Building Centre (Oxford University) will also be leading a workshop at the Global Conference of Cyber Capacity Building (GC3B) in Acca, Ghana — focused on helping equip nations in developing their cybersecurity resources.
Faculty Experts in Cybersecurity and Information Policy
ComArtSci’s Department of Media and Information is home to faculty who specialize in teaching and researching cybersecurity every day. Explore the profile links below to learn more about their research, awards and grants.
- Johannes Bauer
Quello Chair in Media and Information Policy
- Ruth Shillair
Assistant Professor, Director of Media + Information Master's Program
- Megh Marathe
- Anna Argyris
- Megan Knittel
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MSU IT has launched a new campaign for this year’s National Cybersecurity Awareness Month. Throughout October, they are releasing five episodes of MSU IT Street Trivia, where Spartans’ cybersecurity knowledge is put to the test.
Protecting the MSU community is all about increasing knowledge and decreasing cybersecurity risk. You might not think your data is worth protecting, but your MSU credentials can be used as a gateway to important institutional data. Better awareness = better security.
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