In today’s wired world fully equipped with high-tech criminals knowing the news first can sometimes mean the difference between life and death. Fortunately, the security world has also changed, and the people behind the computers may surprise you.
West Virginia Secretary of State Natalie Tennant and members of her staff visited Fairmont State University on Tuesday, Dec. 6, to tour the Open Source Intelligence Exchange (OSIX), which is the laboratory and applied research component of the University’s National Security and Intelligence program. FSU is the first University in the state to offer a program of this kind.
The Open Source Intelligence Exchange at Fairmont State University (OSIX-FSU) has been selected to participate in a matching grant challenge through the West Virginia Research Trust Fund STEM Grant Program for State Colleges and Universities.