As you ask a hologram in an airport for directions, chat with a bot on a computer, or even ask Siri for your schedule, there’s no denying technology is changing the world. Dr. S. Brahnam is at the forefront of some of these developments.
Missouri State University’s online MBA program with an emphasis in cybersecurity was ranked second in the nation by Online MBA Today. More than 350 online MBA programs in cybersecurity were ranked using five factors: estimated tuition cost, accreditation, early career salary, prestige and overall graduation rates. Protecting personal data Cybersecurity professionals work to keep information […]
Members of Missouri State University’s Beta Alpha Psi (BAP), an international honors organization for students of accounting, finance, and computer information systems, won first place in the best practices competition at a national meeting in Milwaukee, Wisconsin earlier this month. College of Business students Brandon Smith, Elizabeth Sivill, Clint Caselman, Zachary Buxton and Tanner Courtney […]
In late March, “The Science of Military Strategy” issued a report in which China finally acknowledged that they had offensive cyberattack capabilities. Dr. Shannon McMurtrey commented on the state of cyberwarfare.
In a world that is constantly connected to the Internet, an increasingly large number of cyberattacks happen daily. These hacks can cause great damage, from personal identity theft to shutting down a nation’s Internet for an extended period of time. According to Dr. Shannon McMurtrey, professor of computer information systems at Missouri State University, these cyberattacks will be the future of warfare.
The Missouri State University information technology service management (ITSM) program has been ranked third out of 52 on the list of 2015 Best Online Computer Science Degrees by Computer Science Online.
Dr. Jerry Chin and Mary Chin will be presenting on “An Excel VBA Approach to the Truth Functional Form” at the International Academy of Business and Economics (IABE) later this year in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Dr. S Brahnam recently coauthored a new article, “Ensemble of different local descriptors, codebook generation methods and subwindow configurations for building a reliable computer vision system,” in the Journal of King Saud University.
Dr. S Brahnam, associate professor of computer information systems, has been chosen as the keynote speaker for the 6th International Workshop on Soft Computing Applications to be held at the end of July in Timisoara, Romania.