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How universities are evolving to teach cybersecurity
A massive number of Infosec students have come to us as part of the military, Pentagon, Department of Defense or other government departments, and it’s likely that many listeners and learners are interested in a career in cybersecurity that could lead to a career in the government. If so, you’re going to find this episode quite interesting and enlightening. Today’s guest is Chad Hardaway, deputy director of the University of South Carolina’s Office of Economic Engagement and a founding faculty member of the new Master's Program of Engineering Entrepreneurship and Innovation in the College of Engineering and Computing. The University of South Carolina Office of Economic Engagement created SC Cyber to be the central point of focus for academic, government and corporate collaboration in the area of cybersecurity. The results are a strong and connected pipeline between the academic study and research of cybersecurity strategies and military and government applications for them.