“As technology becomes a bigger part of our lives, we need people to keep it secure,” said Nick Speakman-Viggiano ’24, a cybersecurity major and accounting minor who gained experience through an internship with a credit union.
Her relationships with Immaculata professors helped Makenna Piaskowski ’24 get an internship with the cybercrime investigation taskforce of Homeland Security Investigations (HSI).
Cybersecurity professionals or students can enroll in the online course in Offensive Cybersecurity Operations and Open-Source Intelligence for fall 2022.
Professor George M. Schwartz, Ed.D. created the course so that students can be better informed about the Afghan people.
Immaculata University is expanding its associate degree offerings to include the Associate of Science in Cybersecurity.
Recently named Cybersecurity Crusader of the Year, Theresa Major Payton ’89 shared how Immaculata reinforced everything she needed to become successful.
Even though DiDonato is uncertain where his career will take him, he knows that having a degree in EPM and cybersecurity is going to help him, and ultimately, he’ll be helping us—the calm, complacent public.