Topic:

CYBERSECURITY


President Janine Davidson, Ph.D., pictured on the Auraria Campus.

The road ahead for higher ed

Workforce development, cybersecurity and future of higher education to be discussed at Inauguration of Janine Davidson Sept. 4-7.

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The Trojan horse is you

Cybercriminals are increasingly using social engineering to get workers to open the door to their employers’ secure data.

The price of televisions, many of which contain parts made in China, could cause sticker shock in the event of a U.S.-China trade war.

A U.S.-China trade war will hit your pocket

The world’s two largest economies are threatening each other with billions of dollars in tariffs. We might all pay, an economics professor says.

A silhouette in front of a computer screen filled with computer code.

Your online info is not secure

Cybersecurity experts say attacks are too numerous for fail-safe protection but that threats can be contained.

Person at a computer makes an online payment.

7 tips for safe holiday online shopping

'Tis the season to shop online. Here's what you need to know to make sure you don’t end up buying gifts for the bad guys.

MSU Denver CIS student Stan Allen will take part in the veteran certification training provided by Palo Alto Networks. Photo by Olga Sago.

Reboot camp: cybersecurity education for vets

A collaboration between Palo Alto Networks, State of Colorado and MSU Denver serves a growing workforce opportunity.

Every day, many of us share private personal data with companies online. Amid rapidly changing technologies, it

Stay ahead of the data-sharing game

Prevention, good judgment are keys to avoiding online disasters

Scott Margolis is executive director of national advisory cybersecurity, data protection and data privacy at Ernst & Young LLP. Photo by Michael Paras

Power in persistence

It took Scott Margolis 21 years to graduate from college. Today, he’s a cybersecurity leader at a Big Four accounting firm.

By taking concurrent-enrollment classes at Metropolitan State University of Denver while attending the Denver Center for International Studies, Alex Jones earned a college degree before receiving his high school diploma.

Degree before diploma

18-year-old will graduate from MSU Denver, then from high school.