Allies in the war against cyber attacks – Learn how Georgia Southern University’s experts are answering the callApril 30, 20191 min read
Modern times call for modern solutions. In these days of digital transformation – the new trenches of warfare are dug in cyberspace.
In fact, just recently NATO ran a four-day drill where the exercise simulated a cyber attack on a country’s infrastructure and election process. Cyber-warfare is the new reality across the globe.
It’s with these advancements that the Georgia Southern University Center for Applied Cyber Education (CACE) signed an Education Partnership Agreement (EPA) with the 688th Cyberspace Wing (688 CW).
“As of now, we are the only academic organization in the country that has a direct EPA with the 688 CW,” said CACE Executive Director Scott Scheidt. “The collaboration supports research and development activities for Georgia Southern faculty and students across multiple disciplines, allowing them access to defense laboratory projects that would not otherwise be available in an educational environment.”
Are you interested in cyber-warfare or covering this topic? Do you need to know more?
- Just how vulnerable is America?
- What are the likely targets?
- And who are the actual likely perpetrators?
There’s still a lot to learn about this topic and that’s where an #expert from Georgia Southern University can help with your coverage.
Scott Scheidt is the executive director of the Center for Applied Cyber Education at Georgia Southern University. He is an expert in cyber security and cyber workforce development. Scott is available to speak with media regarding this topic – simply click on his icon to arrange an interview.
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Scott Scheidt is the Executive Director of the Center for Applied Cyber Education at Georgia Southern University.