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Highlights @ Capitol Tech

Cybersecurity Strategies to Prevent Cyberattacks on Small & Mid-sized Companies

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We often hear about cybersecurity breaches at large enterprises, but cyberattacks on small and mid-sized companies are becoming more popular amongst cybercriminals. These are some protective strategies companies can implement.
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AI in the Skies: Air Force's Plans for $6 Billion Drone Force

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The U.S.

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Protecting Our Most Important Systems with Careers in Critical Infrastructure

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The United States’ 16 critical infrastructure sectors play an indispensable role in our daily lives

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Capitol Tech Gears Up for Cyber Awareness Month 2023

Capitol Tech is preparing to once again celebrate Cybersecurity Awareness Month this October, an annual observation that raises awareness for cybersecurity and online protection through focused activities and messaging encouraging all Americans to take their internet safety into their own hands. This year, the initiative's 20th anniversary, Capitol will host a variety of events throughout the month highlighting the importance of cyber safety.
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Are Passwords Passé? Exploring the Future of Authentication

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In today's digital age, where personal and sensitive information is constantly under threat from cyberattacks, the need for robust authentication methods has never been more critical.

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Capitol Mourns the Loss of Trustee Emeritus, John Dettra

It is with great sorrow that Capitol Technology University must announce the passing of Trustee Emeritus and longtime friend of the university, John Dettra. 
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Improved Error Detection Could Spark Quantum Computing Revolution

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Quantum computing is a groundbreaking sector of computing that harnesses the power of quantum mechanics to tackle problems far too complex for classical computers to crack. While quantum computers are still in their early stages of development, recent breakthroughs in the field—including new research from IBM that improves error detection and correction—could pave the way for more widespread adoption. 
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AI-Powered Contrail Avoidance Could Help Decrease Aviation’s Climate Impact

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Sustainability and environmental consciousness are becoming increasingly important for companies hoping to avoid government scrutiny and consumer pushback. Aviation, which is responsible for as much as 3.5% of climate change according to a recent study from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, is at the forefront of this issue. 
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Many talents, one code. Make it happen. Builder Culture
We’re positive you’ll receive a job offer within 90 days of graduation, or we’ll waive the tuition cost for 36 additional undergraduate credits. The Capitol Job Commitment
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