This past October, Norwich launched a university-wide slate of educational programming in observance of National Cyber-Security Awareness Month. To kick things off, President Richard W. Schneider signed a proclamation on September 30 officially launching Cyber-Security Awareness Month at Norwich University, a nationally recognized leader in cybersecurity and digital-forensics education. Headlining the initiative was a keynote lecture titled “The Cyber Threat Landscape” by Stacey Wright, intel program manager at the Center for Internet Security. Other activities included public presentations by members of the Albany, N.Y. FBI, and Heather Roszkowski ’00 & M’08, chief information security officer at UVM Medical Center. Learn more at staysafeonline.org/ncsam.

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