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Computer Information Systems

The Future of Cybersecurity is at A&M-Central Texas: Texas A&M University-Central Texas has been awarded a $4.2 million cybersecurity contract from the Department of Homeland Security and the United States Air Force.

Computer Information Systems

The Department of Computer Information Systems shares with the University and the College of Business Administration its commitment to provide quality instruction in both traditional and distance-learning environments for all aspects of computing; to engage faculty, students and computing professionals in leading-edge scholarly activities; and, to offer quality service to the institution, community and computing disciplines.

The department offers degree programs at both the graduate and undergraduate levels.

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The Future of Cybersecurity is at A&M-Central Texas

Texas A&M University-Central Texas has been awarded a $4.2 million Cybersecurity contract from the Department of Homeland Security and the United States Air Force. The primary investigator and co-investigator responsible for the contract are Drs. Anitha Chennamaneni and Taylor Harvey.

The scope of this new research award is to protect cyber infrastructure from unintended manipulation of hardware and software, specifically for cyberattacks targeting integrated circuits (ICs), Internet of things (IoT) devices, and cyber physical systems. Our work uses scanning electron microscopy, electrical testing, artificial intelligence (AI), and machine learning to develop novel cyber-attack detection methods and new computing techniques in Cybersecurity.

The Future of CyberSecurity

2022 GenCyber Summer Camp for High School Students

The Department of Computer Information Systems submitted a 2022 GenCyber Summer Camp grant proposal for High School students in Central Texas region. This federal grant proposal is funded by the National Security Agency (NSA) and the National Science Foundation (NSF). Learn more about the program.

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Dr. Anitha Chennamaneni

Department Chair | Associate Professor, Computer Information Systems

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