Three billion dollars were lost in the last three years because of email scams. To make matters worse, there are almost 1.5 million unoccupied cybersecurity jobs in the United States alone.
“The greatest emerging threat facing humanity today is a cyber attack.” Vance Brown, CEO of the National Cybersecurity Center (NCC) quoted the former director of the CIA, General Petraeus, to set the stage for the Mountain West Cybersecurity Consortium (MWCC). Read more
With the rapid advancement of artificial intelligence (AI) in today’s society, Sai Gundavelli, Founder and CEO of Solix Technologies, said, “It is time to partner with machines and build the future.” Gundavelli was invited by the CU Denver Institute for International Business (IIB) to speak to current graduate and undergraduate students.
Solix Technologies pioneered the concept of enterprise data management, providing the first worldwide infrastructure platform to manage data across all segments. Read more
Enthusiasm and chatter filled the Inworks studio as students showcased their semester long projects to the public at the Inworks Expo. Five CU Denver Business School students participated in several Inworks classes this semester.
An environment that celebrates creativity
Inworks’ mission is to create lifelong innovators that develop solutions to some of the world’s most challenging problems. Read more
Seth Moyes didn’t expect to land a software engineering position upon graduating when he first enrolled at the University of Colorado Denver with plans to major in marketing. Nonetheless, Moyes’ enthusiasm for his new position is contagious. Moyes graduates this December earning his BSBA in Information Systems from the CU Denver Business School.
Deciding on a career path
Moyes planned on creating software programs for architects, which is why he began his academic career in marketing and then switched to the College of Architecture and Planning. Read more
Although the healthcare industry has large databases of medical histories, medical professionals underutilize this potential resource. Medical professionals lack tools to compare medical histories of patients and use medical histories to improve decision-making. To address this gap, Michael Mannino, PhD, associate professor of Information Systems, developed a research agenda to utilize medical histories in decision-making by healthcare providers. Read more