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CAP Center receives $3.1M NSF CyberCorps Scholarship for Service in Secure Embedded Systems

June 29, 2021

We live in a world of connected embedded systems, from smart cars to baby monitors that we interact with daily. Unfortunately, these devices are the constant target of exploitation by hackers that threaten our critical infrastructures. To help address this problem, Morgan State University (MSU) will provide 24 students with a unique educational program...


Morgan State University Receives Apple Innovation Grant To Expand Silicon Hardware Technologies

June 17, 2021

School of Engineering Receives $1.5m Apple Innovation Grant To Expand Silicon and Hardware Technologies!


‘Highway To Nowhere’ Maryland Officials Say This Stretch Of Highway In West Baltimore Was A Huge Mistake

May 17, 2021

Morgan School of Engineering's Dr. Celeste Chavis and Board of Regents Chairman Rep. Kweisi Mfume are interviewed about Baltimore’s ‘Highway to Nowhere.’


NSA, Morgan State University Use Ghidra to Mitigate Vehicle Cyber Vulnerabilities

May 14, 2021

The National Security Agency recently partnered with Morgan State University to use Ghidra — an NSA-created reverse-engineering tool — to help identify cyber weaknesses in vehicles and improve their resistance to cyber threats.


GenCyber Females are Cyber Stars (FACS) Summer Camp Program

Announced March 18, 2021

The GenCyber Females are Cyber Stars (FACS) Virtual Summer Camp Program at Morgan State University will support the mission of the National Security Agency (NSA) and the National Science Foundation (NSF) to train and teach cybersecurity fundamentals to young girls who are rising eighth and ninth-graders from Baltimore City area middle schools. Female participants in the program will learn the fundamentals of cybersecurity, hardware and software hacking, and information security to secure IoT (Internet of Things) devices in a smart home environment. The GenCyber FACS Summer Camp will prioritize students from underrepresented minority groups and expose them to cyber concepts. This summer program helps establish a pre-college pipeline of a future workforce trained and equipped to address its cyber challenges.

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