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ALL TOPICS TAGGED: homeland security

February 3, 2020

What Can You Do With a Homeland Security Degree?

Whether you are interested in working in the field, on the front lines of securing our borders and transportation infrastructure, putting your communication and leadership skills to work in policy development, or using your technological expertise to secure our country’s information systems, there is a homeland security job for you. By learning the principles and theories that guide our nation’s security strategies, you’ll be better prepared to take your career to the next level while providing a vital service to our nation.

November 18, 2019

Q&A: Addressing Threats to U.S. Borders and Cybersecurity

In Part 3 of "Addressing Threats to U.S. Borders and Cybersecurity," a webinar hosted by Columbia Southern University, Dr. Tamara Mouras and Dr. Sancho Manzano answered viewer questions. This article is a transcript of the Q&A portion of that webinar.

October 11, 2019

How the U.S. Border Patrol Addresses Drug Smuggling, Human Trafficking and Terrorist Travel

In Part 2 of "Addressing Threats to U.S. Borders and Cybersecurity," a webinar hosted by Columbia Southern University, Dr. Tamara Mouras reviewed the mission of the U.S. Border Patrol and how it addresses drug smuggling, human trafficking and terrorist travel. This article is a transcript of Dr. Mouras' portion of that webinar.

October 4, 2019

Protecting U.S. Borders Using Cybersecurity

In Part 1 of "Addressing Threats to U.S. Borders and Cybersecurity," a webinar hosted by Columbia Southern University, Dr. Sancho Manzano reviewed what he describes as the "cyber triad protection" that oversees the cybersecurity protection for the Border Patrol: port-of-entry screening equipment, scanning equipment and devices, and forensics data information. This article is a transcript of Dr. Manzano's portion of that webinar.

April 25, 2019

Addressing Threats to U.S. Borders and Cybersecurity [Webinar]

Two of the nation’s top critical infrastructures, information technology and customs and border security, are top of mind for many Americans. Among the hottest topics involving these infrastructures are the threats facing the U.S. cybersecurity network and the country’s border patrol. From drug and human smuggling to cyberattacks to terrorist travel, the nation’s digital network and physical borders are dealing with unprecedented issues. What can those in law enforcement do to serve and protect the citizenry?

March 27, 2018

Faculty Spotlight: Ramswell Publishes Book on Populism in U.S. and Europe

For CSU academic discipline director for history, philosophy and political science Prebble Ramswell, recent changes in the socio-political dynamics in the U.S. and around the world weren't only topics for the classroom, they were the inspiration for her latest book.