Citadel professor’s commentary: ‘Assassination’ of Iranian general just upped the stakes in Middle East

Jan Goldman, Ph.D. is a professor of Intelligence and Security Studies at The Citadel, and is an expert on the role of ethics and intelligence operations.

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Update: Fraser-Rahim to discuss “America’s Other Muslims” with CNN’s Peter Bergen at New America event in D.C.

Muhammad Fraser-Rahim, Ph.D., a professor of Intelligence and Security Studies at The Citadel, says his new book as being about average American Muslims.

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A Russian surveillance ship raised alarm for ‘unsafe’ operations off the SC coast

Carl Jensen, the head of the department of intelligence and security studies at The Citadel, said the move by the Russians was not uncommon.

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Citadel’s Watergate panel to take fresh look at scandal

The Citadel will bring together, for the first time, five of the FBI’s lead investigators in the Watergate scandal for a panel discussion in February.

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My ring story: being part of something bigger than myself

My Citadel band of gold represents what I see as my duty to be a part of something bigger than myself.

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Citadel Cadet earns prestigious cyber scholarship

Citadel cadet, Max Zappendorf ,was awarded the Marci McCarthy Scholarship for cyber security studies through the International Consortium of Minority Cybersecurity Professionals.

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El Paso’s Attack is White Homegrown Violent Extremism

Dr. Muhammad Fraser-Rahim, Executive Director, Quilliam North America, Professor of Intelligence and Security Studies at The Citadel, provides commentary about El Paso mass shooting.

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Citadel students spend summer learning from world-renowned expert in nation’s capital

The Citadel in DC program is giving the next generation of principled leaders a chance to learn directly from today’s decision makers.

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Is Your Data Safe? A Cybersecurity Expert’s Perspective

Dr. Shankar Banik, a cybersecurity expert at The Citadel says cybersecurity is a problem that is managed, not solved. You can take precautions to minimize your vulnerability, but as recent high-profile attacks on the state of South Carolina, Target, Facebook, Twitter, Marriott Hotels and many, many other organizations demonstrate, no one’s information is totally safe. The more online services you use in your daily life, the more vulnerable you are, Dr. Banik warns.

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The Citadel earns SC award for cybersecurity education excellence

The Citadel recently earned statewide recognition for its work to educate and prepare future leaders in the field of cybersecurity.

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