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Meltdown and Spectre: What To Expect

It is not known whether Meltdown and Spectre, the two major security vulnerabilities announced on January 3, have been already exploited by hackers.

ABET highlights Capitol as innovator in engineering education

Engineering programs across the nation are undergoing an “epic revitalization” to keep pace with the rapidly evolving global economy, university accreditor ABET says in

Cybersecurity Education Expert Diana L. Burley to Deliver Keynote Address at Capitol Technology University

With cybersecurity concerns gaining prominence as never before, the need to educate professionals in the field – as well as boost awareness among the general public – is becoming more acute.

IASP, CTSP scholarships help students meet nation’s cyber challenges

“I want to be able to do something and contribute to the defense of our infrastructure,” says Emmanuel Onwulata.

Doctoral Students Connect, Set Goals at August Residency

Capitol Technology University DSc and PhD students were on campus August 18 through 20 to attend the school’s doctoral residency, held three times each year.

New residence hall at Capitol to open in August 2018

Exciting transformations are coming at Capitol Technology University, with construction of a new residence hall scheduled to begin this summer, university administration said on July 17.

Dr. Gwendolyn Boyd to deliver keynote address at Capitol

STEM advocacy will be the focus of a keynote address by Dr. Gwendolyn E. Boyd, to be delivered on August 18 during Capitol Technology University's doctoral residency.

Interview: Dr. Bradford L. Sims, President

Dr. Bradford L. Sims became the eighth president of Capitol Technology University on June 1, 2017.

Davis inspires Capitol graduates with story of resilience

“Be persistent in the pursuit of your purpose, whatever that may be, and understand that no one can burn down your dreams.  No one at all can take anything away from you that relates to your passion and purpose,”

Capitol Technology University Announces New President

Capitol Technology University's Board of Trustees has selected Dr. Bradford L. Sims as the university's eighth president, following a nationwide search process. He succeeds Dr. Michael T.