Auburn University Center for Cyber and Homeland Security

About Auburn University Center for Cyber and Homeland Security

The Center for Cyber and Homeland Security at Auburn University is a nonpartisan think tank that works to develop innovative strategies to address current and future threats to the United States. We convene leading experts and practitioners for executive-level events, publish policy-relevant analysis, and provide expert testimony to Congress on critical issues and challenges related to cybersecurity, critical infrastructure, counterterrorism, and homeland security. The Center is part of the McCrary Institute for Cyber and Critical Infrastructure Security, and drives the policy component of the Institute’s work.



May 2019 - December 2019 Washington, DC
“This job taught me so much about the fields of cybersecurity and homeland security that I would never have learned from within my International Affairs major, particularly how relevant data protection is to our nation's and other nations' overall safety in both the public and private realms. It also gave me a really incredible chance to develop my writing and research skills for work that truly contributed to the Center's director. Lastly, since the Center is placed in DC, I was able (as part of my job) to attend events at other think tanks, institutions, and on Capitol Hill which was a truly valuable opportunity!”
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