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Lunarline renews its cybersecurity partnership with Univ. of Maryland
Lunarline, Inc. announced on March 25 that it will continue its partnership with the University of Maryland (UMD) establishing collaborative activities in cybersecurity for a second year.
The partnership promotes cybersecurity education, research and technology development through the Maryland Cybersecurity Center (MC2). UMD and Lunarline plan to leverage each other's resources, expertise and unique perspectives to develop innovative cybersecurity expertise and technology solutions. )
MC2 is forging alliances and partnerships between academia, industry and government to deliver advanced educational programs that will prepare the cybersecurity workforce of today and tomorrow. UMD researchers are applying their expertise in a number of critical cybersecurity fields, including, secure software, supply chain risk management, wireless and network security, attacker behavioral analysis, and the economics of cybersecurity. MC2 stresses comprehensive solutions to cybersecurity education, research and technology development by bringing together experts from computer science, engineering, social sciences, economics and public policy to establish interdisciplinary cybersecurity initiatives.
Lunarline provides cybersecurity and privacy products, specialized services and certified training to both the U.S. federal government and private industry companies, and is dedicated to promoting the advancement of cybersecurity.
"We have enjoyed working with the MC2 students and faculty over the past year and are looking forward to continuing this collaborative partnership," said Lunarline CEO, Waylon Krush.