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JAN. 17 - AASU’s Cyber Security Research Institute Partners with NC4

Armstrong Atlantic State University's Cyber Security Research Institute (AASU-CSRI) has announced a partnership with NC4, the leader in Situational Readiness solutions, to provide a secure collaborative environment for cyber security professionals through the NC4 CyberCop portal. This partner program will provide AASU-CSRI with a safe and secure means of sharing and transferring knowledge between cyber security and law enforcement professionals in support of its training and research mission.

"I am very excited about the opportunities we have with NC4 and see great possibilities for future expansion between CyberCop and the Cyber Security Research Institute," said Randy Grubb, CSRI Executive Director.  "The Cyber Security Research Institute, with the support of the university, will be positioned to pursue research opportunities to help support and advance the overall long term operation, mission and membership base of CyberCop."

The CyberCop portal will provide information sharing capability to CSRI users, and a secure web presence for the deployment of cyber security tools and technologies to its community. CyberCop features such as secure email, training tools and document management will assist in facilitating CSRI operations, and the portal's single sign-on capability will enable CSRI to connect with other mission-related NC4-hosted portal resources.

"This is a mutually beneficial opportunity that will allow CSRI to leverage the proven resources and secure infrastructure of the NC4 CyberCop portal while securely providing the services and information to cyber security and law enforcement professionals," said George Johnson, NC4 Chief Security Officer and CyberCop Director.

About The Cyber Security Research Institute
The Cyber Security Research Institute at Armstrong Atlantic State University in Savannah, GA, is a component of the University Police.  The Institute was founded in 2006 as a part of the university's continuing efforts to address the growing cyber security education and training needs of our country's intelligence, forensic, criminal justice and law enforcement professionals.  As cyber threats have escalated, the Cyber Security Research Institute is preparing individuals and organizations on the front lines of our defense to investigate, analyze, assure and secure our increasingly vulnerable technology and communications.

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