Stepping into new roles championing San Antonio’s cybersecurity sector, Will Garrett and Amanda Keammerer discuss plans for building “Cyber City, USA.”
Three female mentors at The University of Texas at San Antonio played an instrumental part in 27-year-old single mom Jessica Le’s college success.
There are no easy answers in cybersecurity, but there are some very clear ways to get better at it.
SAISD’s JROTC programs received $40,000 in dedicated funding this year in part to launch CyberPatriot programs and boost existing ones.
Decision-makers from the Pentagon to the battlefield all agree on one underlying truth: A capability is only as good as it is relevant.
Faculty and administrators on Friday moved into the 140,000-square-foot facility, which will be home to the university’s STEM departments.
Former President Bill Clinton told his audience that he hopes his new novel will help the nation realize the importance of cybersecurity.
The University of Texas at San Antonio is making several moves to cement itself as a national beacon for cybersecurity research and collaboration.
Researchers at UTSA are studying cybersecurity risks for a new generation of cars which will have driverless capabilities and internet connectivity.
Outpolling her Democratic rival by 66 to 34 percent, U.S. Air Force veteran Gina Ortiz Jones accepted Rick Treviño’s concession in the party’s runoff for Texas’ 23rd Congressional District.