POCATELLO – The U.S. departments of Homeland Security and the National Security Agency has extended Idaho State University’s recognition as a National Center of Academic Excellence for Cyber Security.
Idaho State University has been offering computer security classes since 1987. Seventeen years ago, Idaho State University and the University of Idaho were two of the first seven Centers of Academic Excellence recognized by the National Security Agency. The two programs regularly collaborate said Corey Schou, director of the ISU Informatics Research Institute and Director National Information Assurance Training and Education Center (NIATEC). [Read more…]