NU Center for Cybersecurity and Forensics Education and Research
  • Federal Agencies Continue Support for NU Cyber Camp

    Federal Agencies Continue Support for NU Cyber Camp

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  • Norwich University President Richard W. Schneider (left) and U.S. Sen. Patrick Leahy (D-Vt.) speak with attendees at the announcement Thursday. (Photo by Mark Collier.)

    Norwich, Sen. Patrick Leahy announce $7.3 million for cybergrants

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  • Cyber Leaders to Convene at NU for Third Summit

    Cyber Leaders to Convene at NU for Third Summit

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  • With NU Chief Information Security Officer George J. Silowash (far left) as their adviser, six students (l-r) Anthony Alessi, Jacob Ratajczak, Ryan Jasmann, Emma Nettleship, Keegan Ferry, and Zack Garvey, worked onsite at Levi’s® Stadium during the 2019 College Football National Championship to monitor critical systems and provide expert analysis of suspicious activity. (Photo by Jay Watson.)

    NU Cyber Returns to Levi’s® Stadium

  • Photo: Mich Kabay works one-on-one with a student in his office

    A Life’s Legacy of Teaching: Professor Mich Kabay

  • Photo: Faculty gathering at Norwich

    Norwich Earns Two Federal Cybersecurity Designations

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  • Photo: Norwich students and faculty stand outside Levi's Stadium near San Francisco on the eve of Super Bowl 50

    NU Students Boost Cybersecurity at Super Bowl 50

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NU Center for Cybersecurity and Forensics Education and Research (CyFER) is a formally established entity for the development of emerging, advanced and next generation computing technologies.

CyFER serves students and faculty and is used for deploying specialist learning environments for the Computer Security & Information Assurance (CSIA) program, for fostering a culture of research among students, for outreach activities and for providing physical infrastructure for the very best students to manage and maintain.

There aren’t enough people with the knowledge and skills to fill all the open security positions in today’s information economy.

Norwich offers three cybersecurity programs: Bachelors of Science in Computer Security and Information Assurance (CSIA), Bachelors of Science in Cyber Security online degree completion program and Masters of Science in Information Security and Assurance (MSISA).

The services of our graduates at all levels are in high demand by private industry, government, law enforcement, the military, health services and academia. Whether they’re focused on computer network security, malware, forensics or cyber investigation, our students and will be well prepared for the kind of job that never gets stale, and protects our country and private interests.

With a focus on both theory and hands-on experience, Norwich provides a truly unique program utilizing state-of-the-art forensic tools unheard of at other institutions of this size. Norwich faculty make sure students at all levels and programs have a command of the basics, and then find opportunities for them both to work with real companies on real cases.

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Related News

  • The President’s View: Leveraging Our Cybersecurity Leadership

    “[Sen. Patrick] Leahy noted that federal agencies in Washington are well aware of Norwich’s stellar reputation in the area of cybereducation.” The Norwich Record | Summer 2019 In March, Sen. Patrick Leahy (D-Vt.) paid a visit to the Hill to announce Read More
  • Campaign update: Forging the Future

    Mack Hall concept by William Horne, design architect, Jones Architecture. Architect-of-record: Freeman French Freeman. Development & Alumni Relations VP Dave Whaley ’76 discusses the Bicentennial campaign’s progress and impact The Norwich Record | Summer 2019 Read More
  • An All-Star Defensive Lineup

    CHAMPION CYBERDEFENDERS: Norwich cybersecurity majors at Levi’s® Stadium. From left: Anthony Alessi ’20, Jacob Ratajczak ’20, Ryan Jasmann ’20, Emma Nettleship ’20, Keegan Ferry ’19, and Zach Garvey ’20. (Photo by Jay Watson.) Cybersecurity Majors Return to Levi’s® Stadium for Their Second National Football Championship In January, as Clemson and Alabama squared off for the College Football Playoff National Championship at Levi’s® Stadium in Santa Clara, Calif., another top college defensive lineup was Read More
  • Federal Agencies Continue Support for NU Cyber Camp

    Federal Agencies Continue Support for NU Cyber Camp Norwich University Receives $95k NSA/NSF Grant to Fund Free Cybersecurity Camp for High School-Aged Students NORTHFIELD, Vt. – For the fifth year in a row, Norwich University has received over $95,000 from the National Security Agency (NSA) and National Science Foundation Read More
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    PAWC and CGCS Announce SciFi Writing Contest: Warfare in the 21st Century, Future Battlegrounds, Open to Undergraduate and Graduate Students in Norwich University’s On-Campus and Online Programs The Norwich University Peace and War Center and College of Graduate and Continuing Read More
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Accreditation and Recognition

Regional Accreditation Norwich University is accredited by the New England Commission of Higher Education (NECHE), known formerly as the Commission on Institutions of Higher Education of the New England Association of Schools and Colleges, Inc. (NEASC).
National Recognition The National Security Agency and Department of Homeland Security have designated Norwich University as a Center of Academic Excellence in Cyber Defense.
Professional Accreditation Norwich University's Project Management concentration in both the MBA and Master of Science in Information Security and Assurance programs is accredited by the PMI Global Accreditation Center for Project Management Education Programs (GAC).
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