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The Katz School of Science and Health has launched an advanced Security Operations Center (SOC) that is providing graduate students in cybersecurity, artificial intelligence, computer science and data analytics with hands-on experience defending against cyberattacks in a hyper-realistic simulated environment.

“This Security Operations Center—this really incredible space—is going to be important not just for our […]

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This story was originally posted in YU News on July 14, 2022

The online cybersecurity master’s degree program at the Katz School of Science and Health is ranked second in the nation by Fortune magazine, putting Yeshiva University in good company with prestigious schools such as the University of California, Berkeley, and Johns Hopkins University.


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By Dave DeFusco

Employers in the internet era have had to become more creative in finding people to guard the digital gates to their computer systems unwittingly left open, exposing precious company data. This has created the need for a whole new class of virtual sleuths, called penetration testers, to simulate […]

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This post was originally published by Maureen Brennan in YU News on June 13, 2022.

On May 18, 2022, students from the Katz School of Science and Health found out they won first place in the ISACA Cybersecurity Case Study Competition for the second year in a row. The victorious Cymple […]

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The Katz School’s cybersecurity program is hosting a virtual talk on “Cyber Defense Matrix for Protecting Your Enterprise” by Sounil Yu, chief information security officer in residence at YL Ventures and creator of the groundbreaking cyber defense matrix, on Monday, Oct. 12, at 6:30 p.m. on Zoom. To register, visit

Yu developed the cyber defense matrix […]

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While mastering technology is a prerequisite for being a cybersecurity professional, understanding the psychology of a cyber-criminal is indispensable for protecting against the theft of an organization’s assets.

“In order to be good at what we do,” said David Schwed, co-director with Lev Feldman of the cybersecurity master’s program at the Katz School of […]

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