• Philly Emergency Management Director Leaving for New Job

    Samantha Phillips, director of the Office of Emergency Management in Philadelphia, is leaving the city for a new job as the director of the Albany research center, which is a part of the College of Emergency Preparedness, Homeland Security and Cybersecurity.
  • How AI and Tech Could Strengthen America's Border Wall

    Dr. Brandon Behlendorf, a professor at the University of Albany, New York, told Fox News that advancements in technology have made virtual border security much more feasible and advanced.
  • Hudson Valley, UAlbany Could Grow Enrollment With New Agreements

    The University at Albany and Hudson Valley Community College announced transfer agreements for 34 programs, which include liberal arts and sciences, business, public health, human development and computer science. The schools also added agreements for engineering and cybersecurity.
  • HVCC, UAlbany Sign Transfer Agreement

    Students who wish to transfer from Hudson Valley Community College to the University at Albany now will more easily be able to move their credits.
  • Coming to America

    CEHC senior Ibrahim Abdalla is making the most of the opportunities he has found at the University at Albany.
  • Anderson Breakfast on Cybersecurity

    Podcast featuring Affiliated Faculty Antony Haynes and Assistant Professor Brian Nussbaum to discuss cybersecurity protection, regulation, and policy.

  • New Dean Brings New "Art"

    Robert Griffin plans to expand experiential learning by bringing new opportunities by training his future students to focus on making communities more safe and secure. 

  • Illinois Issues: Hackers Expose Cybersecurity Holes In The State

    Professor Brian Nussbaum, who specializes in cybersecurity for the College of Emergency Preparedness, Homeland Security and Cybersecurity addresses growing cyber risks within state and local governments.

  • Senior Homeland Security official named UAlbany dean

    A senior official from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security has been named dean of the new University at Albany College of Emergency Preparedness, Homeland Security and Cybersecurity.
  • Predicting Corporate Intelligence Agencies in the 1960s

    An article written by Brian Nussbaum, assistant professor for CEHC, a cybersecurity fellow with New America, an affiliate scholar with the Center for Internet and Society (CIS), and a senior fellow with the Center for Cyber and Homeland Security (CCHS).
  • Cybersecurity Prospects for a New Administration: The Experts Weigh In

    America’s new leadership is walking into the middle of a complex, contested environment, and the new administration will not have much time to get their feet on the ground. To help identify key priorities for a new leadership, experts of New America’s Cybersecurity Initiative talk about the policy moves they would like to see. Brian Nussbaum provides his input.