AUGUSTA, Ga. (WJBF)– The push to protect your personal health information is front and center at the Georgia Cyber Center this week.
Students are learning how to hack into medical devices and uncover weak spots in a hospital’s cyber security.
“They’re really focused on blocking and tackling right now. How do you secure these medical devices that are all now connected to the internet? Augusta University has taken on to lead a medical device security initiative,” executive director of the Georgia Cyber Center, Eric Toler said.
Hull College offers Project Management Institute Exam Prep Course at the Georgia Cyber Center
Augusta University’s Hull College of Business is now offering a Project Management Institute Exam Prep Course at the Georgia Cyber Center....
Coding Programs Prep Augusta Students for Cyber Careers
In and around Augusta, Ga., schools are incorporating cyber skills into curricula while programs such as CodeFu and Brown...