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National Cybersecurity Awareness Month 2022: Seeing Yourself in Cyber with the MS-CC


In 2004, the National Cyber Security Alliance and the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) declared October as Cybersecurity Awareness Month. This month is dedicated to providing people with online safety resources by emphasizing the importance of taking the proper steps to enhance cybersecurity on university campuses, workplaces, and homes.


MS-CC Gearing Up for Fall 2022 Events, Workshops, and Public Engagements


We’re looking forward to participating in upcoming engagement opportunities these next few months to discuss the work of the Minority Serving - Cyberinfrastructure Consortium (MS-CC) to promote advanced cyberinfrastructure capabilities on the campuses of historically Black colleges and universities (HBCUs), tribal colleges and universities (TCUs), and other minority-serving institutions (MSIs).


Leveling the Cyberinfrastructure Playing Field Focus of Upcoming MS-CC Presentation at 2022 National HBCU Week Conference


On Sept. 22, 2022, at 11:30 a.m. ET, MS-CC Director Lawrence Williams will deliver a presentation focused on supporting historically Black colleges and universities (HBCUs) through the advancement of campus technology, community building, funding support, and professional development opportunities.

We share the top five reasons you should join us for the ransomware security and cyberinfrastructure workshop in 2022. The first cybersecurity workshop will take place June 22-23, 2022, on the North Carolina A&T State University campus in Greensboro, NC. We’ll be announcing dates for additional workshops throughout the remainder of 2022 at Alabama A&M University, Claflin University, Salish Kootenai College, and Jackson State University.

Read the latest blog by MS-CC Director Lawrence Williams on what advanced cyberinfrastructure entails, and more importantly, why every campus needs to have advanced cyberinfrastructure.