Degree in hand, a Tech student returns to a global cyber hot spot.
Tenzin Chokden spent two years fine-tuning his cybersecurity capabilities so that when he returns to the Central Tibetan Administration, one of the biggest hot spots for cyberattacks in the world, he can continue protecting the online assets of the exiled government.
What began with the rescuing of a baby squirrel led to a project that speaks to Tech students’ commitment to problem-solving, collaboration, and community engagement.
As Emergency Management and Communications makes upgrades to the Georgia Tech Emergency Notification System (GTENS), a systemwide test will be performed today at noon. Those currently enrolled in GTENS will receive a text message, email, and phone call during the test. To confirm your enrollment in GTENS, or update your contact information for this service, visit passport.gatech.edu.
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