It has been said that the third world war will be fought in Cyberspace. That war is not "going" to be fought; it is being fought, and at Longwood, we believe in preparing students with cutting-edge classes and hands-on experience to help fill the growing need for educated professionals.
Through the Longwood Center for Cyber Security, students:
The Longwood Center for Cyber Security supports the following academic degrees:
Longwood Cyber Security and Cyber Forensics students have completed internships with organizations such as:
In addition, the fields of Cyber Security and Cyber Forensics are growing rapidly and the demand for highly skilled digital practitioners greatly exceeds the supply.
The Center’s leadership oversees the day-to-day operations of the Center as well as the strategic direction of the Center’s research and outreach efforts and the University’s academic programs in Cyber Security.
Dr. Darrell Carpenter
Director, Center for Cyber Security
Assistant Professor, Information Systems and Cyber Security