Marshall University Breaks Ground On New Cybersecurity Center

Marshall University broke ground on a new home for its cybersecurity institute Friday. The new building on campus is backed by a $45 million investment from the state.

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Water, Sewer Providers Must Assess Security Risks As Cyberattacks Rise

The Public Service Commission of West Virginia is requiring all water and sewer providers in the state to complete cybersecurity assessments, following an uptick in cyberattacks nationally.

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Making Air Traffic Reliable And More Secure Subject Of Shepherd University Research

At Shepherd University we've built our own traffic control system, and we are using that to see how we can apply artificial intelligence to make the airspace more manageable by the air traffic controllers. We help with things like we help with traffic congestion prediction, traffic optimization, and also handling a lot of drone traffic, or unmanned aerial vehicles.

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