Georgia Tech will launch its biannual Cybersecurity Awareness Training for all employees on Monday, May 16.

After a national search, the Georgia Institute of Technology has selected Leo Howell as its new chief information security officer.

This rise in online activity also heightens the risk for scams and cyberattacks.

Georgia Tech Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) Jimmy Lummis left the Office of Information Technology at the end of January to pursue another professional opportunity and commit more time to personal endeavors.

Georgia Tech is taking steps to reshape its data strategy as part of the multi-year, multi-phase Data Excellence initiative.

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