ICS News Archive

Dr. Josh Brunty, a faculty member in Cyber Forensics & Security at Marshall University, has been named head coach of the US Cyber Team. Brunty has a wealth of experience in cybersecurity, both as a practitioner and an academic. He has served as faculty advisor and coach of Marshall’s successful Collegiate Cyber Defense Competition Team,

Marshall University has received a $45 million investment from the state of West Virginia to establish a state-of-the-art Institute for Cyber Security. The institute will be located in the 4th Avenue Innovation District of Huntington and will serve as an important anchor for the area. The institute will house state-of-the-art cyber security technology and training

Eight Marshall University cyber students kicked off a nearly yearlong internship this summer with the West Virginia Department of Homeland Security’s Fusion Center. They will rotate through positions with the Fusion Center’s Open-Source Intelligence Threat Group, Human Trafficking Section and Digital Forensics Lab. The program started last month and will continue through May 2024. The

Marshall University’s M.S. in Cybersecurity program ranked second in FORTUNE’s Best Online Master’s in Cybersecurity Degrees in 2023. The 30-credit-hour program costs $509 per credit and is offered through the College of Engineering and Computer Sciences. Applicants do not need to submit a GRE score for admission. According to the report, Marshall accepted 66% of

Eight Marshall University students participated in the world’s largest international cyber defense exercise, Locked Shields 2023. The exercise was hosted by the NATO Cooperative Cyber Defence Centre of Excellence in Tallinn, Estonia, and involved 24 Blue Teams from 28 countries. The Marshall students joined a team of cyber experts and representatives from federal and state

Source: Marshall, WVSU receive funds to establish Cyber Security Center for Critical Infrastructure – Marshall University News Marshall University and West Virginia State University have received a $1.5 million grant from the U.S. Department of Education to establish Cyber Security Centers for Critical Infrastructure at both institutions. The funds will be used to address the

Posted by: New National Guard Fellowship Starts At Marshall University’s Institute For Cyber Security | WVPB (wvpublic.org) Jaylan L. Mobley is the first cyber officer in the West Virginia Army National Guard and he is now going to act as Marshall University’s first West Virginia National Guard Fellow. Mobley’s position at Marshall will involve teaching

Posted by: https://www.wvpublic.org/top-stories/2022-03-17/marshall-students-learn-to-thwart-cyber-attacks-with-help-from-w-va-national-guard-tech-companies One of the best ways to prevent cyber attacks is to hire someone to try to hack a system. These realistic training scenarios are called cyber ranges, and Marshall University’s Institute for Cyber Security (ICS) is enlisting Forge Security, a local provider of cyber ranges, and the West Virginia National Guard to

Posted by: Marshall University forms cyber security partnership with West Virginia National Guard, Forge Security LLC – STaR Division (wvresearch.org) Marshall University’s Institute for Cyber Security (ICS) is teaming up with the West Virginia National Guard and Forge Security LLC to enhance cyber security efforts and strengthen the future of cyber security professionals. The partnership was announced Wednesday, following

Posted by: Marshall University launches Institute for Cyber Security | Education | wvgazettemail.com Marshall University officially launched its newly formed Institute for Cyber Security (ICS) on Oct. 13 in the Weisberg Applied Engineering Complex. “This is a partnership between WVU and others in the federal government to create opportunities in cybersecurity,” said Marshall President Jerome