Capitol Connector


October is National Cybersecurity Awareness Month and there are interesting events happening on campus each week. Find out what else is happening at Capitol and see what events you can still attend, in this issue of the Capitol Connector.
Cyber Battle LabCybersecurity Month Events

We're only halfway through National Cybersecurity Awareness Month, and there are still events you can attend!   


Hacking Windows 7 and Defending Against Physical Attacks  

Jesse Varsalone, assistant professor of cybersecurity at CCBC, will discuss security measures that can be implemented to prevent attacks on Windows 7.    


ILI President's Forum: Oct. 26

Former Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense Robert F. Lentz will speak to members of the Capitol community about the growing importance of cybersecurity.  


Learn more about National Cybersecurity Awareness Month at Capitol. To RSVP for any events, contact Rachel Burns, 301-369-2800 ext. 3074. 

Upcoming Alumni Events     

As a member of Capitol College's Alumni Association, you're invited to the numerous alumni events happening on campus and in the local community. Here's a list of the Alumni Association's upcoming events.



Baltimore Alumni Happy Hour Meet Up:

Oct. 18, 5:30 to 7:00 pm

Nick's Fish House 


The Alumni Reception:
Nov. 10, 6:30 to 8:30 pm
This free event (three-course meal, open bar) is open to the first 40 alumni to RSVP.


Cloud Security, Hosted by Chesapeake Regional Tech Council

Oct. 27, 7:30 to 9:30 am

Capitol College 

Speakers from IBM and Vision Technologies, Capitol alumni can attend for "member rate" of $25

 Nationals Game

1, 2, 3, Go! Rocket Launch:

Oct. 29, 10:30am to Noon 

Capitol College


Capitol College Holiday Party:

Dec. 15, 4:00 to 7:00 pm

Capitol College


For more information or to RSVP, contact Jason Copley, 301-369-2800 ext. 3097. 

Meet Professor Jamy Klein   

Jamy KleinProfessor Jamy Klein enjoyed earning his master's degree in information assurance so much that he decided he wanted to help other students further their careers as well.


Having taught at Capitol for the past three years, Klein knows that there is no better way to learn than by having an industry professional as an instructor.


"The one thing that really makes Capitol different is that nearly all of our IA instructors have worked in the IA career field," Klein says. "There is no substitute for experience!"

Read the full interview with Professor Jamy Klein.

Senior Class Gift 2011 Dedication 

Cyber LoungeOn Tuesday Oct. 11, a number of alumni from the class of 2011 returned to Capitol for the dedication of their senior class gift, the Cyber Lounge.

The Cyber Lounge features comfortable furniture, a flat screen television and ample space for students to complete work or simply relax between classes. The wireless Internet on campus was also recently upgraded, thanks in part to the senior class gift.

The senior class gift committee for the Class of 2012 is forming now. Learn more about supporting Capitol.

Discount Insurance for Capitol Alumni 

We're always looking for benefits our alumni. So we've arranged for Liberty Mutual to provide our alumni with a special discounted rate on Auto Insurance and Home Insurance. Visit Liberty Mutual.

Discounts and savings are available where state laws and regulations allow, and may vary by state. To the extent permitted by law, applicants are individually underwritten; not all applicants may qualify.
Issue: 33    
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Cybersecurity Month
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