UTSA Selected as a Member of Newly Launched USCYBERCOM Academic Engagement Network
The UTSA National Security Collaboration Center has been selected to join the United States Cyber Command (USCYBERCOM) Academic Engagement Network. USCYBERCOM is one of the eleven unified combatant commands of the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD), focused on cyberspace operations and capabilities, cyber expertise, and cyberwarfare.Learn more about the USCYBERCOM Academic Engagement Network
CISA Leadership Visits UTSA National Security Collaboration Center
David Mussington, executive assistant director for infrastructure security for the Department of Homeland Security’s Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA), met with UTSA leadership and researchers to explore the cyber landscape in the state of Texas while connecting with the talent and workforce in this space.Learn more about the CISA Visit
Government Leaders Visit UTSA's National Security Collaboration Center to Replicate Its Model of Success
Top government leaders from the U.S. Cyber Command’s Joint Force Headquarters-Department of Defense Information Network (JFHQ-DODIN) visited the National Security Collaboration Center in an effort to utilize the university as a model to guide it in developing collaborations similar to the NSCC with partners at its home base to further protect the nation from global security challenges.Learn about NSCC collaboration
A Vision for Excellence
Today’s world calls for greater collaboration to protect America’s national security infrastructure. UTSA, recently achieved Carnegie R1 classification as a Tier One institution for research, is leading this charge, armed with world-class faculty and a reputation as the undisputed leader in cybersecurity education.
The university’s National Security Collaboration Center (NSCC) is taking this leadership to the next level, with its powerful ecosystem to engage government, industry and academia to tackle the nation’s greatest cyber threats.
The NSCC will be co-located with UTSA’s School of Data Science. The new facility, located in the heart of the city, will fuel synergies with federal agencies and San Antonio’s tech corridor. The new facility is anticipated to open fully by January 2023.
UTSA is one of the few universities in the nation to hold all three National Center of Excellence designations from the National Security Agency and Department of Homeland Security, further solidifying its dominance as a leader in cybersecurity. This is in addition to UTSA being home to the #1 cybersecurity program in the nation, according to the Ponemon Institute, and nationally recognized for having the best academic support for its online cybersecurity degree.
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NSCC Collaboration Day
May 5, 2022
The RPI Group, based in Virginia, will be presenting on their agnostic approach to securing ICS/OT Systems.
NSCC Collaboration Day
May 16, 2022
Visit with NSA Cyber Security Division (CSD) Deputy Director Mr. Dave Luber.
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