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Regis University was designated by the National Security Agency (NSA) and the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) as a National Center of Academic Excellence in Information Assurance Education (CAEIAE) for academic years 2012-2017

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PRISM stands for Public Repository for Information Security Material. It is a public resource for IA educators.

Did you know you can complete your Master's thesis and gain valuable experience by participating in one of our practica? Information on the practicum options

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External links to IA resources for students and faculty

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The Regis University Colorado Front Range (COFR) Center for Information Assurance Studies (CIAS) is located in Denver, CO at the campus of Regis University, a Jesuit university. Regis University's mission is to serve others. The Center is a portal for Colorado citizens, business and government to obtain information, research and education about Information Assurance.  We accomplish our mission through active participation in the community through hosted events that educate and inform. We provide Regis faculty as speakers at Small Medium Business gatherings. We attend public policy forums and conferences. We educate the next generation of business leaders.

For further information contact Professor Dan Likarish at (303) 964-3680

ISCO Campus Safety Resource Center

This special Website is designed to show you how you can use the network connections you already have to cost-effectively enhance safety and security. You can access videos, white papers, and additional information at this site any time, simply by visiting http://www.cisco.com

UPCOMING EVENTS          

 The DoD IASP scholarship program is available to current graduate students. Click on the Scholarship tab for links to program information

The  2017 Rocky Mountain Collegiate Cyber Defense Competition (RMCCDC) was run  at the DTC campus 10-12 of March, 2017.  6380 S Fiddlers Green Cir, Greenwood Village CO.   Ten collegiate teams from the Rocky Mountain region  competed in a business orientated cyber defense challenge to represent us at the National CCDC in San Antonio Congratulations to BYU who repeated as RMCCDC champions.  Good luck at nationals.

Cybergirlz a joint venture with Cyberwatch West, ISACA, ISSA and Regis University will be hosted at the Northwest Campus in fall 2017. Potential coaches, interested parents and of course Cybergirlz are invited to attend the 9am-3pm event. The young women will participate in a variety of exercises, table top sharing sessions with working cybersecurity women, capture the flag exercise, ethical decision making, stop bullying exercises and keynote by Ms. Debbi Blyth, CISO State of Colorado. At the same time and in the same building parent and coach information sessions will be conducted by experienced Cyber Patriot coaches, industry professionals and past members of successful Colorado Cyber Patriot teams.  See details here.

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