Cybersecurity is shifting up a gear in 2020, with the National Cybersecurity Center and UCCS tapping funding and momentum to spur growth. UCCS is pushing to expand cybersecurity programs; providing cybersecurity training and artificial intelligence for law enforcement; applying for a $1.2 million Minerva grant; and consulting with the NCC on plans for a cyber […]
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