Columbus State Community College and the Information Systems Technology Department
are proud to announce the Cybersecurity Center. The Cybersecurity Center is committed
to improving the practice of protecting information and training the next generation
of cybersecurity professionals.
Specifically, Columbus State seeks to support the growth and advancement of Cybersecurity
professionals through cutting-edge curriculum, active industry partnerships, community
involvement, and instructional best-practices and trainings. The Cybersecurity Center
website also includes valuable resources for you to learn more about starting and
advancing your career in Cybersecurity.
Columbus State’s Cybersecurity Center was launched in partnership with a National
Science Foundation, Advanced Technological Education Program Grant titled Ohio Region Cybersecurity Technician Training Pipeline (DUE: 1501194). For more information about this project please visit the project dissemination website.
Columbus State Community College has been designated as a National Center of Academic
Excellence in Cyber Defense Education for the Associate of Applied Science in Computer
Science with a major in cybersecurity. Learn More
U.S. CERT Alerts
Stay up to date with the latest alerts from the United States Computer Emergency Readiness
Team (US-CERT). These alerts provide timely information about current security issues,
vulnerabilities, and exploits.
This material is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under
Grant No. 1501194.