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Dayton Daily News highlights AFIT's cyber warfare contribution
Posted Friday, March 24, 2017


The Dayton Daily News posted articles on Cyber Warriors:

The war you can't see: U.S. cyber warriors protect us from daily attacks by Barrie Barber

SPECIAL REPORT: Cyber warriors can stop cars, shut off water and unlock jail cells by Barrie Barber

Lt Col Mark Reith, director of the Center for Cyberspace Research, provided information on AFIT's Cyber education programs stating " ...At AFIT, graduate students learn 'foundational cyber knowledge and critical thinking skills' needed to adapt to cyber threats..."

Thesis research for two AFIT graduate students is also discussed.  " Capt. Jose Gutierrez del Arroyo, 27, of San Juan, Puerto Rico, has researched protecting the security of Blue Tooth low energy wireless devices from cyber hacking, an application that could find uses in laptops, computer tablets and electronic devices.  Graduate student Capt. Eddie Caberto is studying ways to thwart hacking of vehicle controls with an automobile simulator at the Center for Cyber Research at the Air Force Institute of Technology, Wright-Patterson Air Force Base."