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The dark side of digital

August 23, 2022

Most internet users unknowingly use the dark web daily. Here’s how to tell if you’re one of them.

Businesses can reduce cyber threats and protect customers with help from Tulane SoPA

August 22, 2022

The Tulane School of Professional Advancement is committed to helping companies improve their cybersecurity by raising awareness, conducting free assessments and educating working professionals.

ID theft incident fuels SoPA grad’s passion for Information Technology

May 25, 2022

Angel Cardona’s identity was stolen in 2005. This spring, he earned a Master of Science in IT Management.

Graduate student gets last laugh with master’s degree from Tulane

May 18, 2022

Xavier Calfee is a husband, father of three boys, a full-time instructor at the Richmond Technical Center in Richmond, Virginia, a U.S. Marine Corps veteran and vice president of Tulane’s new

Alumni careers focus of new Tulane SoPA portrait series

May 02, 2022

“At Work” is a digital and onsite portrait series that showcases a sample of careers in which graduates of the Tulane School of Professional Advancement are found.

Operation Spark at Eight Years: Louisiana's First Coding Bootcamp Trains Workers of All Backgrounds for High-Paying Tech Jobs

April 14, 2022

Editor's note: This article appeared first, on Yahoo! news

Operation Spark Founder John Fraboni is on

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