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Cybersecurity 101, Part 4: Do You Know Who’s Following You?

  In this installment for our cybersecurity series, our faculty experts discuss the judicious use of social media, potential risks from the Internet of Things, and hints that you may have been hacked.   The experts: Dr. Zumrut Akcam, assistant professor of computer science Dr. Kimberly Cornell,  assistant professor of computer science Dr. Mark Gilder,  assistant professor of computer science Dr.…

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Featured Faculty: Dr. Robert Hansbrough, Professor of Music

Saint Rose professors teach without relying on teaching assistants. They lead small classes and make themselves available to support students individually. But our professors across the College also work in their disciplines. Their students benefit, moving beyond theory to get a first-hand account of what happens in their field on a given day. Practicing professors also support students who are…

Cybersecurity 101, Part 3: Privacy? What’s That?

  Is it OK to throw temper tantrums and pout on social media since only our friends see it? Is hacking into other people’s networks a good way to be recruited by the CIA? Why should we worry about third parties accessing our data? Saint Rose cybersecurity experts weigh in on these and other topics, and offer tips for maximizing…

Cybersecurity 101: We Have Met the Enemy, and It Is Our Own Behavior

Anything you write, photograph, or post can become public. Your personal information is not private. Everything on the Internet can live forever. They’re supposed to connect us and provide useful services to improve our lives, but phones, smart devices, and social media are all too often used to scam, rob, stalk, and otherwise victimize us. In today’s uber-connected world, how…

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Featured Faculty: Steven Hoff, Associate Professor of School Psychology

Saint Rose professors teach without relying on teaching assistants. They lead small classes and make themselves available to support students individually. But professors across the College also work in their disciplines. Their students benefit by moving beyond theory to get a first-hand account of what happens in their field on a given day. Practicing professors also assist students with their…