With cyber threats increasing both in variety and volume, the need for building up the cybersecurity workforce through education and training has never been greater.
A Summer Camp with a Difference!
August 29, 2016
Are you a high school student making plans for your summer? How would you like to spend part of that time learning how to detect cyberattacks and foil those who try to carry them out?
Site visits to Northrop Grumman, FBI and American Red Cross
July 31, 2015
By Sarah Alspaw, Assistant Director of Career Services and Graduate Student Support
Dr. Mary-Margaret Chantré: cyber warrior and Capitol professor
February 26, 2018
A native of New Jersey, Dr. Mary-Margaret Chantré majored in English during college before embarking on a 22-year career in the military, retiring in 2017 with the rank of Major.
Capitol hosts IEEE workshop on software-defined devices
December 20, 2017
Once, engineers talked about software-defined radios. Now many are talking about “software-defined everything.”
In a quickly evolving field, Capitol cybersecurity students hit the ground running
June 10, 2016
When it comes to cybersecurity programs, bigger is not necessarily better.
Q&A: Dr. Joanne Smikle, Associate Professor
December 11, 2015
Dr. Joanne L. Smikle is an acclaimed consultant, author and speaker – and now also an associate professor at Capitol Technology University.
Commencement is May 16; Curtis KS Levinson to Deliver Address
May 11, 2015
It's time to celebrate the achievements of Capitol's soon-to-be graduates as they complete their paths to a bachelor's, master's or doctoral degree.
The Hope for Cactus-1
February 8, 2018
Online Shopping: Dos and Don’ts
November 28, 2017
Convenient to your door delivery, multiple product reviews at your fingertips, and the promise of grabbing that sale without having to compete in an Olympic-sport-like wrestling match for the last of this season’s hottest item?