The U.S. Naval Academy’s superintendent wants the campus to become a center for cybersecurity education. Richard Forno, graduate program director for UMBC’s cybersecurity program, says it is a good fit for the academy, considering its proximity to National Security Agency and the rapid expansion the field has experienced recently. “Cybersecurity is a constant concern at the national security level, business level and personal level,” he said.
The article, “Naval Academy Should Be Center For Study of Cybersecurity, New Superintendent Says,” appeared November 19 in the Baltimore Sun.