CSUS students get federal scholarships to become tech warriors

CSUS students get federal scholarships to become tech warriors

A tiny computer lab on the second floor of Riverside Hall at Sacramento State is producing high-tech warriors who could some day protect the United States from cyber threats.



Michael Garrett studies with classmates in their cryptology class at Sacramento State.



Pao Fang and 12 classmates will get about $25,000 in annual scholarships in exchange for helping the United States fight cyberthreats when they graduate.



Pao Fang, right, shares his study notes with classmates in their cryptology class at Sacramento State. The campus-based Center for Information Assurance and Security was established in 2005. It offers classes to about 100 students.

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