NYIT-Vancouver opened its campus this week to partners and friends from throughout the Lower Mainland for its second annual open house. NYIT supporters came from dozens of companies and institutions around Vancouver, including advisory board members for current and projected academic programs. Read more. More photos. See more photos at NYIT-Vancouver's Facebook page.
The following M.S.-INCS students will be honored at NYIT-Vancouver's 2nd Annual Open House on Wednesday, November 18.
Anoop Chowdary Atluri
A graduate of the M.S.-INCS program, Anoop has also earned certificates as an Ethical Hacker, a Penetration Testing Professional, and a Penetration Testing Expert. While at NYIT, Anoop conducted research about botnets, which are networks of malware-infected computers controlled by a headmaster which can execute instructions without a computer owner’s consent.
Thomas, originally from Germany, was among NYIT-Vancouver’s first M.S.-INCS students and played a crucial role in setting up the cybersecurity lab on campus. Thomas has more than 15 years of professional experience in network and system administration for a variety of clients, including well known global players like Vodafone and Webasto.
An M.S.-INCS student, Vinh has conducted several research projects during his time at NYIT, including an investigation about botnets (a.k.a. “zombie armies”). A botnet is a complex web of interconnected, malware-infected machines controlled by a master. This research also discussed the differences between some of the most popular virtual zombie armies such as Zeus Bot, Koobface, and Windigo.
The following students will be honored at NYIT-Vancouver's 2nd Annual Open House on Wednesday, November 18.
Carlie is from Atlanta, Georgia, and is a graduate of the University of Georgia. She began her career in sales at World 50, and after two years of being a top performer on the team and doubling her annual revenue goals, she was promoted to manager. Carlie has advanced knowledge in sales, management, and business development. She is continuing to build upon her business expertise in NYIT’s M.B.A. program.
A 2015 M.B.A. graduate, Faisal is a member of both the Delta Mu Delta International Business Honor Society and the Vancouver Board of Trade. His interests lie in developing and implementing strategic marketing programs, initiating product/service introductions, and negotiating strategic partnerships that promote growth, innovation, and brand recognition. He is passionate about helping organizations grow by working with them to embrace technology.
Pavla hails from the Czech Republic and is an M.B.A. candidate at NYIT-Vancouver. She is actively involved as a Campus Life Programmer and is also part of the Student Advisory Board. She has professional experience in marketing, insurance, and real estate. She worked in the market development department of EGNSS in the Czech Republic before coming to Canada.
NYIT – Vancouver is hosting its Second Annual Open House on November 18th, 2015.
Dozens of new and returning students at NYIT-Vancouver had the pleasure of greeting NYIT President Edward Guiliano, Ph.D., at the welcome back party Friday.
NYIT (New York Institute of Technology) and Wardell International are pleased to offer Vancouver’s first executive education specifically designed for professionals serving the small and medium enterprises (SME) market. Learn more.
iPower Lab and New York Institute of Technology-Vancouver have signed an agreement to deliver professional education in Online Marketing Management. This unique course, suitable for both experienced and beginning marketers, will give learners a big-picture understanding of online marketing strategy, as well as hands-on skills to implement day-to-day tactics. Successful participants will receive a certificate of completion for the Online Marketing Management course. More.
Symposium participants (l to r) Babak Dastgheib-Beheshti, Ahmed Awad, Lachlan Turner, Paul Dangerfield, and Lloyd Jura
Information technology and business professionals and New York Institute of Technology students attended a day-long symposium Wednesday learning the latest strategies in cybersecurity from Vancouver- and New York-based experts. Dominic Vogel, Lloyd Jura, Lachlan Turner, and Babak Beheshti presented expert perspectives on cybersecurity challenges and associated business issues at the event, held at the Vancity Theatre. More.
New York Institute of Technology and Wardell International are pleased to offer Canada’s first executive education program specifically for professionals serving the SME market. More.
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