September 26, 2017

UAT Network Security Experts Featured in Ransomware Story

Ransomware interview with Fox10 Phoenix and UAT Provost Dave Bolman

What is ransomware and how should one handle it? In the UAT Cyber Warfare Range, Provost Dr. Dave Bolman and ‎Network Security‬ Professor Al Kelly comment on ‪ransomware‬ and how to handle the threat in a FOX 10 Phoenix interview with special assignment reporters Kristy Siefkin and Tishin Donkersley.  Ransomware – a type of malware that can be covertly installed on a computer without the knowledge of the user which restricts access to the infected computer system and demands that the user pay a ransom to the malware operators to remove the restriction.  The topic of ransomware is frequently discussed in the news…

Welcome UAT Students | Connect Spring 2016

Connect

Welcome new students to University of Advancing Technology! You are beginning your journey of innovation with many other technophiles like yourself. We hope you feel at home here – whether you are moving in to the dorms, UAT Founder’s Hall, commuting to campus daily or attending our campus online.  We can’t wait to for you to get settled, get familiar with the campus, meet new friends and learn what it means to be an innovator at UAT. The sky is not the limit, you can take your ideas anywhere with technology! Don’t miss out on any of the action starting the first…

UAT Cyber Security Degree Students Participate in November WRCCDC Invitational

WRCCDC Invitational

The November Western Regional Collegiate Cyber Defense Competition (WRCCDC) Invitational was held Saturday, November 7, from 10:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. UAT had eight Cyber Security Degree/Network Security Degree students complete, seven of them participating for the first time. The WRCCDC Invitational is a virtual competition that UAT Cyber Security Degree students were able to attend right from UAT’s Cyber Cave on campus. Here’s what six hours of determination looks like! It actually looks like these guys had fun, too. Network Security Faculty Advisor Al Kelly said, “They were great at keeping services up, but need to work on Injects and Red Team Attack…

First Cyber Security Degree College in Arizona Marks 15 Years of Elite Graduates

Cyber Security Degree at UAT

Originating and leading cyber security degree education in Arizona, University of Advancing Technology (UAT) is marking 15 successful years since the inception of its elite Network Security degree program. The longest-running cyber security degree program in the state has prepared more graduates from a NSA- and CAE-credentialed education than any other university’s cyber program in Arizona. As a result, they have taken their place among the nation’s top cyber security professionals and help to meet growing demand that recently surpassed 200,000 job openings. Prior to cyber security becoming part of the U.S. vocabulary, UAT launched the Network Security degree, now…