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Identity, Credentialing and Access Management (ICAM) Lab

The Capitol Technology University Identity, Credential, & Access Management (ICAM) Laboratory  provides a structure that promotes innovative thinking.  The ICAM LAB, located on the second floor of the McGowan Academic Center, is designed to provide the academic knowledge and professional skills to allow students to advance their employment opportunities within the field of Physical Security, Information Assurance, Business and Acquisition Management.  The establishment of the ICAM LAB will follow the tenets of the Federal Identity, Credentialing and Access Management construct as well as industry adopted identity and access management (IAM) standards and guidelines.

The ICAM is just one of Capitol Tech's many security focused labs and centers available to students. To

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learn more about the university's other related click here to visit Capitol Tech's Center for Cybersecurity Research and Analysis (CCRA), which serves as the university hub for training, research, analysis, and programming in all things cybersecurity.

The ICAM lab:

  • Provides intensive hands-on experience to increase student knowledge
  • Serves as an ICAM demonstration and career awareness outreach program for high school and middle school students
  • Provides Education, with courses in the undergraduate and graduate curricula (IAE-440 & IAE-640)
  • Conducts Research, with Charles Herbert Flowers High School Student Interns performing ICAM Research activities

Leadership

Dr. Ronald Martin, Director
Dr. William Butler, Program Chair 
Professor Rick Hansen, Lead Researcher

Shawn GasteloStudent Lead