Dee Spivey, chief information security officer at Columbus State University, leads an exercise for participants Tuesday afternoon. The Columbus chapter of the Technology Association of Georgia hosted Tuesday a cybersecurity simulation at Columbus State University's Elizabeth Bradley Turner Center. The program was offered as part of several programs at CSU marking National Cybersecurity Awareness Month.
Dee Spivey, chief information security officer at Columbus State University, leads an exercise for participants Tuesday afternoon. The Columbus chapter of the Technology Association of Georgia hosted Tuesday a cybersecurity simulation at Columbus State University's Elizabeth Bradley Turner Center. The program was offered as part of several programs at CSU marking National Cybersecurity Awareness Month. Mike Haskey mhaskey@ledger-enquirer.com
Dee Spivey, chief information security officer at Columbus State University, leads an exercise for participants Tuesday afternoon. The Columbus chapter of the Technology Association of Georgia hosted Tuesday a cybersecurity simulation at Columbus State University's Elizabeth Bradley Turner Center. The program was offered as part of several programs at CSU marking National Cybersecurity Awareness Month. Mike Haskey mhaskey@ledger-enquirer.com

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