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Virtual Outreach Session with Springbrook High School



On the afternoon of October 9th, over a dozen Springbrook High School students participated in a virtual Cybersecurity Outreach session provided by Capitol Technology University students and staff at the October Brooks Codes Hackathon.

Capitol Gears Up for Cybersecurity Awareness Month as Program Celebrates 20 Years



Capitol Technology University will be hosting a series of events and activities during October in conjunction with Cybersecurity Awareness Month , an initiative designed to raise awareness of the ongoing need to protect computer networks and systems from breaches and intrusions.

Capitol Technology University Partners with Black Girls Hack



This summer, Capitol Technology University signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with BlackGirlsHack, an organization founded by Tennisha Martin, to share knowledge and resources to help black girls and women break through barriers to careers in information security and cybersecurity.

Capitol Mourns the Passing of Board Member Dr. Curtis Levinson



It is with profound sadness that Capitol Technology University announces the passing of board member and cybersecurity expert Dr. Curtis Levinson.

National Security Scholars Program to Visit Capitol



Focusing on the needs of the intelligence and defense industry in Maryland, the Maryland Independent Colleges and Universities Associations (MICUA) I-Fund’s National Security Scholars Program (NSSP) allows students to gain first-hand ind

Capitol Technology University Selected as SC Media 2021 Excellence Award Finalist



Laurel, MD., March 29, 2021: Capitol Technology University, a private, independent STEM-focused university offering both graduate and undergraduate degrees, announced today that it has been recognized as an Excellence Aw

IACIPP and Capitol Sign Agreement to Advance Worldwide Critical Infrastructure Awareness and Knowledge



Capitol Technology University and the International Association of Critical Infrastructure Protection Professionals (IACIPP) signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to develop a partnership that will extend efforts to improve the training and education of Critical Infrastructure Students and professionals. Both parties recognize a high demand for worldwide cooperation to increase the effectiveness of research, education, and activities in the critical infrastructure field of study. This MOU will facilitate the development of joint seminars, conferences, and training courses.
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Capitol Tech named 2021 Educator Ally of the Year



Capitol Technology University was named Inteligenca’s Educator Ally of the Year (AYA) for 2021, a prestigious title that recognizes the university’s efforts to educate the technology community on gender equality issues and support women in technology.