Texas A&M University – San Antonio

Computing and Cyber Security Department, Texas A&M University – San Antonio. 

The mission of the Department of Computing and Cyber Security is to support the development of  comprehensive computer science, cyber security and information systems education and research  programs. These programs prepare students for careers in cyber security, computing, and information  systems. The courses include experiential learning components which allow the students to gain  practical hands-on knowledge, skills and experience in the current tools of cyber security and  computing.  

The university is designated as a NSA Center for Excellence in Cyber Defense Education (CDE). The  certificate requirements are built into the curriculum of several degree programs – with the result that  graduates of those programs are skilled and trained in current industry requirements of cyber security.  The department offers a BS in cyber security, a BBA and BAAS degrees with concentrations in cyber  security and an MS in Computer Science with a track in cyber security. Most courses are offered online  to allow industry and military students to take courses at their own pace. The department also offers  certificates in Data Analytics and Mobile Computing. 

The programs and certificates prepares students for careers such as: Information Security Analyst, Penetration Tester, Cyber security Architect, Cyber security Software Developer/Engineer, Risk  Assessment Analyst, Cyber Forensics Analyst. Topics of study include the cyber security of networks,  storage, software, hardware, firmware, cloud, IoT, embedded systems, mobile systems, cyber physical  systems, and others.

Great River Technology

Great River Technology (GRT) is a global leader in high-performance digital video and data development tools and services for the mil/aero industry. Since its founding in 1996, it has developed partnerships with leading commercial and military companies worldwide to include Airbus, Boeing, Rockwell Collins, Thales, Honeywell, Northrop Grumman, Lockheed Martin, Elbit, COMAC, BAE, General Dynamics, and many others.
GRT develops products that simplify the design and implementation of mission-critical systems for cockpit displays, mission and video processors, infrared sensors, optical cameras, and flight simulators. Design and research labs, production lines, MRO facilities, flight-test and production aircraft rely on our products.
GRT has been instrumental in the development of the ARINC 818 Standard and Protocol since its conception in 2006 and has continued to be the industry editor for all revisions to date.  The ARINC 818: the Avionics Digital Video Bus (ADVB) video interface and protocol standard manages high-bandwidth, low-latency, and uncompressed digital video transmission.  Today it is the proven commercial standard and de facto military standard for high-performance video systems, used on every manner of aircraft including helicopters, large passenger aircraft, military fighters, tankers, and transport aircraft.
Great River Technology is the global leader in ARINC 818 and HOTLink II™ products and has helped design 100s of mission-critical ARINC 818 capable systems and offers the only comprehensive product suite for the entire lifecycle of your ARINC 818 enabled equipment