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Untangling UAV legal and security issues: Capitol Tech’s McAndrew chairs conference

Unmanned autonomous vehicles – whether on land, underwater, or in the air – have countless potential uses, but security concerns and legal restrictions will need to be untangled in order for the field to take off, says a prominent researcher at Capitol Technology University.

After a momentous 2018, pace of change to continue at Capitol Tech

New programs, partnerships, and resources for students topped the agenda at Capitol Technology University during 2018, and the trend is set to continue this year.

Capitol Tech hosts doctoral residency

Weather Delays and School Closures: Where to Find Information

Severe weather and other emergencies can result in a delayed opening or school closure. Decisions on delay or closure are made in the interest of ensuring safety for our students, staff, and faculty.

Upcoming CAE Tech Talks to highlight ethical car hacking, DDoS attacks

If you’re an ethical (“white hat”) hacker, you need to know how to infiltrate systems and devices – so you can stop malicious adversaries from doing so.

Capitol joins Air Force’s AU-ABC, offering degree pathways for nation’s airmen

Capitol joins with Institute for Critical Infrastructure Technology (ICIT) to promote awareness

Our lives depend on critical infrastructure. Yet most people rarely keep it in mind, says the president of Capitol Technology University, Dr. Bradford L. Sims.

Capitol, Science Engineering Partnership to launch new STEM program for young people

National Cybersecurity Awareness Month: Student blockchain project to be launched at Capitol Tech

Innovator's Hall Ribbon Cutting Ceremony