Colorado State University Pueblo’s CyberWolves placed first in the Deloitte West Mountain Cyber Security Cup competition, held virtually, Dec. 5, 2020.
Colorado State University Pueblo Information Technology (IT) staff use numerous strategies to keep the campus safe from cyber threats, that include traditional education and information efforts to highly sophisticated online cyber security tools.
Colorado State University Pueblo’s CyberWolves team ranked among the top teams in the nation after spring 2020 in the National Cyber League (NCL) games. The CyberWolves look to compete at a high level again as the fall semester approaches.
A consortium of Southern Colorado Institutions lead by professors Roberto Mejias and Margie Massey at Colorado State University Pueblo won a $2.5 million award from the National Science Foundation (NSF) to increase cyber security and technology pathways for students specifically at Hispanic Serving Institutions.
Phishing emails are one of the easiest ways to compromise our user accounts. Socially-engineered attacks are designed to trick us into clicking malicious links or giving up our credentials.
Congratulations to the CSU-Pueblo Cyber Wolves cyber security teams for another great national performance at the recent NCL (National Cyber League) cyber security games.
Every digital user should know how to be safe and secure while using the Internet. This week's lesson covers Passwords and Two-factor Authentication.
Did you know? In 2017 the education industry (which includes K–12 and higher education institutions) had 7,837,781 records breached in 35 events. To put that into perspective, the healthcare industry had 6,058,989 records breached in 428 events, and the retail industry had 123,652,526 records beached across 33 events.
Arapahoe Community College (ACC) and Colorado State University-Pueblo (CSU-Pueblo) have entered into a dual enrollment memorandum of understanding (MOU) for a Cybersecurity and Software Development transfer articulation agreement.