“Critical Infrastructure” will be the topic of the second annual Academic Cybersecurity Seminar (ACS) on Wednesday, Feb. 21, at Middle Georgia State University (MGA). The one-day conference is designed to bring together students, professors, professionals, and leaders for an annual discussion on cybersecurity topics.
There will be a Rotaract Club meeting on January 29th 2018 at 4:00 PM in PSC 329 (School of Information Technology Conference Room – Third Floor) that is open to all MGA students. The Rotaract Club invites you to this meeting and hope that you will join the Rotaract service club. More information about the club will be discussed at the meeting and they hope to see you there!
Odell Blackmon III, a dual-enrollment student at MGA’s Georgia Academy, is preparing for the world of tech startups.
Middle Georgia State University is now designated a National Center of Digital Forensics Excellence by the U.S. Department of Defense Cyber Crime Center.
Middle Georgia State University is rolling out a graduate certificate in Technical Writing and Digital Communication this October.
A team representing Middle Georgia State University advanced to the finals of the recent Technology Association of Georgia’s (TAG) Information of Things (IOT) Hackathon 2017 in Alpharetta, Ga.