USF Cybersecurity News
SunTrust Foundation kicks off USF lecture series on global economics with speech by
acclaimed cybersecurity author - Cybersecurity at USF
March 4, 2014 Marking its dedication to support the University of South Florida's cybersecurity initiative, the SunTrust Foundation today presented USF with a $1 million check to endow a partnership lecture series on global economics, beginning with a lecture focused on the importance of cybersecurity.
Cyber security concerns create new business opportunities - WFTS
March 3, 2014 When word of the compromised credit card crisis hit retailers such as Target and Neiman Marcus this past winter, it also hit consumers as a fact of life.
Need for cybersecurity solutions create job demand - WTSP
March 3, 2014 Massive data breaches have become a national problem. Recently we've seen several cases where hackers have been able to swipe consumers credit card information, pin numbers and other personal information from national retailers.
USF conference aimed at thwarting cyber hackers - Bay News 9
March 3, 2014 Is your personal information at risk? That is a question for all consumers but became even more relevant in the wake of the massive credit card and debit card data breach during the recent holidays.
Thurston: Target breach highlights the importance of cybersecurity - Tampa Bay Times
March 3, 2014 I finally did it. A few months after Target announced that criminals had stolen credit and debit card data from millions of customers, I decided to ditch my debit REDcard, which is tied to my bank account.
Talk Back Florida: The Maiden Voyage - News Talk Florida
March 3, 2014 The debut episode of Talk Back Florida with Lynn Marvin Dingfelder was action packed and full of great guests. Lynn welcomed former Tampa Mayor Pam Iorio and cyber security expert Sri Sridharan.
USF cybersecurity program gets a lot of love from nerds and suits - Tampa Bay Business Journal
February 24, 2014 Amid growing national concerns about cybersecurity, the University of South Florida is positioning itself to take the lead on working with businesses to ward off cyber threats.
How easy is it to hack your information? - WFLA
February 21, 2014 "I think everything is pretty vulnerable. A determined enough adversary with enough resources, skills and time, I think, can get into any system," said computer security expert and USF Professor Jeremy Rasmussen.
NerdScholar Favorites: Cybersecurity Programs - NerdScholar
February 19, 2014 NerdScholar has named USF the "Best Program on the Rise" for cybersecurity. Beginning in fall 2014, USF will converge its cybersecurity efforts in an online cybersecurity graduate certificate and master's degree in four concentrations.
USF students pushing for new Cybersecurity Center - WTSP
February 12, 2014 College students from USF weren't coming home from a bar at 3:30 in the morning Wednesday, they were heading to Tallahassee to make a difference.
Your smart phone and other gadgets, a new frontier for hacker - WFLA
February 11, 2014 Sri Sridharan, Managing Director of Cybersecurity at USF, talks to WFLA's Stacie Schaible.
USF's Cybersecurity Initiative is the Right Sort of Thinking in New Economy - The Bradenton Times
February 9, 2014 The University of South Florida's latest initiative to become a leader in the field of cybersecurity could be a big step in the right direction.
USF, (ISC)2 Partner To Bridge Cybersecurity Workforce Gap - 83degrees
February 4, 2014 The University of South Florida is taking cybersecurity education head on, partnering with the world's largest not-for-profit information security professional organization (ISC)2.
USF sees potential in rise of cybersecurity for education and economy - Tampa Bay Times
January 31, 2014 As anxiety escalates over credit card breaches at leading retailers, fresh attacks against Yahoo Mail accounts, national security privacy intrusions and even the threat of cyberwar, Tampa Bay is learning how to fight back.
New bill to mandate notification of hacked customers - 10 News
January 31, 2014 USF's Sri Sridharan discusses the recent Yahoo breach with regard to a new bill co-sponsored by Senator Bill Nelson.
USF Partners with Cybersecurity Leader - USF News
January 21, 2014 USF is teaming up with the world's largest not-for-profit information security professional body to offer cybersecurity certifications through future academic programs.
USF's Sri Sridharan on Bay News 9 - Bay News 9
January 9, 2014 Sri Sridharan, Managing Director of USF's Cybersecurity initiative, discusses current and future trends in cybersecurity.
USF Moves Forward in Cybersecurity Center Plan - USF News
November 27, 2013 Florida faces a narrow window of opportunity to capitalize on one of the most in-demand, high-paying, and rapidly growing fields of our time — cybersecurity.
Board of Governors OKs USF cybersecurity center - Tampa Tribune
November 21, 2013 The state university system's Board of Governors has signed off on a proposal to create an ambitious Florida Center for Cybersecurity on the University of South Florida campus.
USF plans Center for Cybersecurity - Tampa Bay Business Journal
November 20, 2013 The University of South Florida is proposing the creation a Florida Center for Cybersecurity, a national center of research on the increasingly important topic.
USF poised to create Florida cybersecurity center - WFLA
November 19, 2013 Cyberattacks reported by federal agencies have grown nearly 800 percent in the past six years.
USF poised to create Florida cybersecurity center - Tampa Tribune
November 19, 2013 USF officials will appear before the state university system Board of Governors today to pitch the creation of a Florida Center for Cybersecurity at the Tampa campus, an organization called for by Gov. Rick Scott and the Legislature to put the state at the forefront of the growing field.
USF could become a hub for cybersecurity training - Tampa Bay Times
November 16, 2013 The modern shootout between good and evil is happening on a new battlefield.
USF Looks At Adding Cybersecurity Program - WFLA
October 18, 2013 Whether it's getting your credit card account hacked, or the National Security Agency spying on everyday people, cybersecurity is becoming one of the biggest jobs in information technology.