Student Resources

Important cybersecurity/IA journals and readings have been compiled by faculty for students in our program. Many of these encourage student membership and submissions. Some recommended resources include:

Dark Reading  –   – One of the most widely-used resources among cybersecurity professionals.

National Cybersecurity Institute Journal  – – maintains a focus on cyber education and workforce development

IAPP Daily Dashboard –  If you are interested in privacy, this is your site. Subscribe and have daily newsletters of what is happing nationally, as well as internationally.

International Journal of Cyber-Security and Digital Forensics – is a knowledge resource for practitioners, scientists, and researchers among others working in various fields of Cyber Security, Privacy, Trust, Digital Forensics, Hacking, and Cyber Warfare


Additionally, students are encouraged to obtain student memberships (at considerably discounted prices) from (ISC)2, ISSA-NOVA, ACM, and IEEE – all of which provide access to members to their libraries.

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  1. Want a career in technology? Interested in a paid internship? Year Up is a 1 year intensive academic and professional development opportunity; supporting and connecting students (18-24 years old) to high caliber internships and careers. We are currently recruiting for our August 2015 class! Join us for an information session with refreshments in Seefeldt Building, Room 230A (just past the Information Desk, next to the Workforce Development Office). Upcoming times and dates to learn more are below!
    o 12:30pm-1:30pm, Monday, April 27th and Thursday, April 30th
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