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UCCS is now a founding member of Space ISAC, which was welcomed into the National Council of ISACs on July 16. The university joins Kratos Defense, Booz Allen Hamilton, Northrop Grumman, Lockheed Martin, MITRE, SES, Parsons Corporation and Purdue University to build collaboration across the global space industry. Gretchen Bliss, UCCS’ director of cybersecurity programs, will […]

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The sprawling facility that houses the National Cybersecurity Center, Space ISAC and Exponential Impact is set for a huge injection of cash and a 31,000-square-foot buildout, thanks to a U.S. Economic Development Administration grant of almost $3 million. UCCS and the NCC developed the proposal together (with UCCS as the lead) in December, and U.S. […]

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The sprawling facility that houses the National Cybersecurity Center, Space ISAC and Exponential Impact is set for a huge injection of cash and a 31,000-square-foot buildout, thanks to a U.S. Economic Development Administration grant of almost $3 million. UCCS and the NCC developed the proposal together (with UCCS as the lead) in December, and U.S. […]

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As Colorado Springs builds its reputation as a cyber and tech hub, local industry and educators are chasing new ways to train the workforce it demands. The effort was front and center at the 4th Annual Cyber Symposium in the Springs last week, as leaders from education and industry discussed the merits of cyber apprenticeships, […]

Pikes Peak Community College has received a grant of almost $1 million to become National Security Agency certified, which will bring the number of NSA-certified colleges in Colorado Springs to five. PPCC Cybersecurity Director Gretchen Bliss said this concentration of NSA-certified colleges will boost Colorado Springs’ reputation as a hub for cybersecurity education and training. […]