News: JHUISI

JHUISI Introduces Cybersecurity Curriculum to Liberal Arts Colleges

November 13, 2015

The Johns Hopkins Information Security Institute (JHUISI) will develop curriculum for predominantly undergraduate and liberal arts schools to broaden the path to STEM professions through Cybersecurity leaning. The National Science Foundation (NSF), under the Division of Undergraduate Education, awarded JHUISI $150,000 to support the three-year project. The goal of this project is to mitigate the […]

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Introducing the new Policy & Management degree track

October 29, 2015

In addition to the Technology & Research Track, in the fall of 2015, JHUISI introduced a new Master of Science in Security Informatics track in Policy & Management, designed to combine key elements of a technical leadership education in information security, along with courses in management, business and policy. This full-time, three-semester, 10-course (plus capstone […]

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Johns Hopkins to train new cybersecurity experts with help of $2.2M grant

October 29, 2015

At a time when cybersecurity attacks are more frequent and damaging, the National Science Foundation has awarded $2.2 million to the Johns Hopkins University Information Security Institute to support a graduate-level degree program that teaches students how to recognize and protect against digital threats. The grant will be allocated over five years as part of […]

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JHUISI kicks off the school year with new student orientation!

August 27, 2015

On Tuesday, August 25, 2015, the JHUISI held its annual Orientation at the Homewood Campus. Thirty-six new students attended the daylong event that gave the students insight into their latest academic venture. Executive Director of the Information Security Institute, Dr. Anton Dahbura gave opening remarks. Additional faculty and staff, such as Chair of the Computer Science Department, Dr. Yair […]

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