Center for Cybersecurity
The Center for Cybersecurity provides the administrative leadership, support, and infrastructure to facilitate the advancement of cybersecurity education, research, and service at Bradley University. Its efforts also support the local economy by building strong partnerships with public and private institutions.
The Center provides additional opportunities for student and faculty interaction, increasing experiential learning through collaboration with local businesses, and fostering exceptional outcomes by preparing students through cutting-edge cybersecurity education.
If you wish to report a security concern at Bradley University, please do so by contacting the information security department.
Wednesday, October 23, 2019 from 1-5 p.m.
Westlake Hall Room 116
Cybersecurity Day connects our community to cutting edge industry professionals. Participants will learn from presenters with a variety of backgrounds and disciplines.
- Kevin Eack, former Special Agent for the FBI and Illinois prosecutor; principal of The Brannon Group
- Ron Jost, former Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for command, control, communications, space and spectrum
- Brittany Kaiser, former business development director for Cambridge Analytica; featured in the documentary The Great Hack
The National Whistleblower Center, the nation’s leading nonprofit advocating for whistleblowers and against corruption, has established a research partnership with the Center for Cybersecurity at Bradley University. Through this partnership, an academic research working group has been created to facilitate and promote enhanced whistleblower anonymity. Read more.