If cost is particularly important to you, you might want to check out Southern Illinois University – Carbondale. While not the least expensive program on this list, SIU offers some scholarships that can help bring down costs. For example, students pursuing a cheap information security degree online are eligible for IST-specific scholarships with relatively straightforward application processes. Regardless of how you pay for your degree, you’ll benefit from SIU’s asynchronous courses, special distance learning support network, and six-course cybersecurity concentration. The latter introduces topics that include information assurance, wireless security, enterprise network management, and more. Read more...
2018 CASA Research Flash Talks
Charith Atapattu and Jeremy Kim, who are members of Smart & Secure Computing Research Group led by Dr. Sam Chung (ISAT Director/Professor), demonstrated their research in Website with Minimal Coding, Web App with MEAN (Mongo DB, Express, Angular, Node,js) Full Stack , and Web Distributed App (DApp) using Blockchain Technology at CASA Research Flash Talks.
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SIU Security Dawgs team placed second in the Wildcard Cyber Defense competition!
SIU Security Dawgs team placed second in the Wildcard Cyber Defense competition on Saturday, March 10th, 2018. Congratulations!
Winning this competition means the Security Dawgs have earned the opportunity to compete in the 2018 Erich J. Spengler Midwest Regional Collegiate Cyber Defense Competition (CCDC). This event takes place on March 23-24 at Moraine Valley Community College.
School Teacher of Year (TOY): Dr. Nancy L. Martin and Mr. Edward Workman
The main purpose of the Teacher of the Year (TOY) award is to recognize the contributions of our tenured/tenure-track and term faculty for the year. No one person has a greater impact on the student success than does the teacher who creates the learning environment where students flourish and grow. This TOY award at department/school level is to honor, promote, and celebrate teaching excellence in the individual academic areas. Thank you for your hard work and dedication to the students and the programs. Congratulations!
College Teacher of Year (TOY): Dr. Nancy L. Martin
Every year, CASA selects T/TT Teacher of the Year or Outstanding Term Faculty Teaching Awards among TOY recipients of each department/school in CASA. Please join me in congratulating our ISAT T/TT TOY recipient, Dr. Nancy Martin, on receiving this prestigious award.
Xavier Aguirre has always enjoyed “figuring things out.”
With the help of several mentors at Southern Illinois University Carbondale, Aguirre also relied on his own drive and organizational skills that will enable the first-generation college student to graduate with honors and a degree in Information Systems Technologies (IST) later this week. A 2017 McNair Scholar who owns a 3.906 GPA, Aguirre also learned on his own to cope with dyslexia. Read more...
ASA MRS 2017 hosted a student poster competition to provide a forum for students actively engaged in research or significant course projects to present their work to a jury of esteemed educators and professionals. IST students received two awarded monetary prizes for their first and second place. Read more...
SIU hosted Cybersecurity Day Saturday for future cyber security teams.
Teams from local high school and junior colleges joined the SIU team to solve different cyber scenarios that organizers say are a growing threat.
The Emerging World of Information Technology
What does Information Systems and Applied Technologies (ISAT) have to offer you? Check out our online degrees and on/off-campus degrees.
Recreation meets a drone with web technologies
Ali Khamesipour , Charith Atapattu, and Jeremy Kim, members of the ISAT Smart & Secure Computing (SSC) Research Group led by Dr. Sam Chung have used Drone to learn programming, networking, data analytics, and security.
For more information about the SSC research lab,
please visit the SSC Research Lab's website.
What do our students do after graduating?
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