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UTSA awarded $500K grant from Google to expand CIAS cybersecurity clinic

The UTSA Center for Infrastructure Assurance and Security (CIAS) received a $500,000 grant from Google’s Cybersecurity Clinics Fund to grow the UTSA/CIAS Cyber Clinic. The clinic is a long-term initiative focused on strengthening cybersecurity knowledge among UTSA students and the community at large by hosting on-campus classes and workshops at the offices of local organizations.

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Shape Enhance Your Cybersecurity Expertise Skillset Capabilities With Cybersecurity Training and Exercises Our mission is to improve cybersecurity knowledge and capabilities for every individual, organization, community and state. Our core competency is developing viable and sustainable cybersecurity programs to strengthen the nation’s cybersecurity preparedness. One way we do this is


About the Center for Infrastructure Assurance and Security

Our Story About the CIAS Since 2001, the Center for Infrastructure Assurance and Security (CIAS) at The University of Texas at San Antonio (UTSA) has made a significant impact on the university’s overall cybersecurity program, in addition to providing the initial research funding to jumpstart cybersecurity research at UTSA. (For

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Established in 2001 as part of UTSA’s creation of a cybersecurity program, the CIAS is a research center on a mission to secure the nation’s infrastructure and foster a Culture of Cybersecurity. This grassroots-level research effort continues to produce practical campaigns, such as cybersecurity training and preparedness, cybersecurity competitions and K12 education programs.

KLRN SciTech Now: Preventing Cybersecurity Hack Attacks

(October 3, 2019) — Cybersecurity is critical for individuals, companies and the military. See how high-tech and low-tech are holding hands to prevent security hack attacks. The University of Texas at San Antonio invented a new card game, which pairs with a digital game to teach people of all ages how to protect their assets.