Why study cybersecurity now? Khalil Jackson MS ’19 weighs in

September 20, 2019 posted by

Our reliance on technology and
information has never been so significant and it’s not optional. In the
80s and 90s and early 2000s you have this concept of an engineer and a
technologist who’s working by themselves, you know, maybe at their desk or in a closet by themselves and that can no longer be the case. Because of the ubiquity of technology and the flow of information and data — it’s even
faster now than ever — they need to partner with not just legal partners in
the legal discipline, but they have to partner with privacy, they have to
partner with public policy, and all these things together are the only way that we can
forge a better future for the use of computer technology and to ensure the
security of people that use it.

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