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EECS Cyber Security Activities Highlighted in Kansas Alumni Magazine

May 12, 2017

EECS faculty and students are involved in a variety of cyber security activities. The  March 2017 Kansas Alumni Magazine contains a cover story titled “Domain Defenders: Students look beyond the classroom to study the art of cyber war.” This lengthy piece discusses KU EECS participation in cyber defense competitions, the KU’s Scholarship for Service Program- Jayhawk SFS and the department’s cyber blitz events with local high school students and soldiers from the U.S. Army's 1st Infantry Division at Fort Riley.

Read More: https://issuu.com/kualumniassociation/docs/2.17_ksam_cover_story?e=7138714/45940358

KU Information Security Club Students Compete at a Regional Cyber-Defense Competition
KU Information Security Club Students Compete at a Regional Cyber-Defense Competition

 



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