NSA and DHS Name More Information Assurance Centers of Academic Excellence

“The National Security Agency and the Homeland Security Department have designated 12 [more] universities as centers of academic excellence in the field of information assurance education,” bringing the total to 86 schools, reports Federal Computer Week. Those “carrying the title are eligible to apply for scholarships and grants promoting information assurance under federal and Defense Department programs.” The newly designated schools: Arizona State U., California State U. at Sacramento, Capella U. (MN), Champlain College (VT), Indiana U., Our Lady of the Lake U. (TX), Regis U. (CO), U. of Advancing Technology (AZ), U. of Alabama at Huntsville, U. of Illinois at Chicago, U. of Missouri-Rolla, and U. of New Mexico. [View article]

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