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Tulsa Leading in Cyberterrorism Training

The newest fighters against cyberterrorism may come from a class comprised of a student, a former amateur golfer and a Vietnam War veteran. They are in training at the nation’s largest “Cyber Corps” institution, located at the University of Tulsa. The concept of “Cyber Corps,” a group of computer security specialists who would detect cyberterrorism, grew out of the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks. That day, Tulsa computer scientist Sujeet Shenoi and other computer experts gathered for a meeting in Washington to discuss the need for a group to combat cyberterrorism. The Sept. 12, 2001, meeting was to launch the “Cyber Corps” program. Seeing hijacked jets crash into the World Trade Center and the Pentagon only solidified their resolve. Full Story

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