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Texas A&M System

A tag for the entire Texas A&M system that includes 11 universities and many separate entities.

The university is a member of the A&M System and is exploring ERP systems that can integrate with existing platforms and handle student-centered information.
“I’ll put our incident response team against any adverse incident response team in the state. They are great at what they do, and what they do is they sit and watch, and they wait,” said Cody Autrey, manager of cyber risk management in the 11-university system.
The requested solution will be required to service all health-related schools and colleges in the Texas A&M University System, such as Tarleton State University.
The TAMU School of Medicine requires a system that will help monitor individual student progress and present relevant data in a visually appealing format.
The A&M System has a budget of $7.8 billion and a statewide network of 11 universities with over 153,000 students.
These members include two academics, a legal expert and a cyber professional; they will help shape AI use by state government agencies.
The chosen vendor will develop a web software application that is compatible with the Texas Wildfire Risk Assessment Portal (TxWRAP).
The Laredo university will use funds for VR software training and other student-centered programming.
At the Texas Association of State Systems for Computing and Communications State of the State Conference, a panel emphasized infrastructure resilience, which involves making the proper preparations to fully recover and continue operations in the midst of a cyber attack.
More than 100 individuals have already applied for the five-certificate series, developed and delivered at no cost by the Texas A&M Engineering Extension Service cybersecurity team.
Four universities are seeking information security officers or VPs with several years’ experience in the field.
Two state entities partnered up to provide a new online training aimed at smaller forces, providing guidance and continuing education credits for peace officers.
The entities tested Squishy Robotics sensors in multiple operationally realistic environments.
CYBER-CARE, led by the University of Houston, has two additional Texas universities in its ranks.
The training would teach state law enforcement professionals how to recognize and respond to cyber crimes and collect digital evidence.
Two universities will lead the effort to build and maintain a robust semiconductor manufacturing economy.
Rolling up under Texas A&M leadership, this agency plans and coordinates the state during disasters.
In this case, the university would use the streamlined solution to verify new hires’ identities and employment authorizations.
Also on the university’s to-do list is facilitating projects like an Apple device management unification and implementing a centralized technology procurement program.
The center’s budget includes $4 million in federal funding each year for five years and brings multiple organizations together under one umbrella.
Some of these upgrades include campus network replacements, smart building access system upgrades, enterprise resource planning and EV charging stations.
The division spent just under $25 million in the third quarter of 2022.
Several universities are removing TikTok from employees' government devices after Abbott ban.
The department’s five largest transactions for IT services landed in the low eight figures.
Three local IT professionals join State Risk and Authorization Management Program committees.
Certified entities include local universities and agencies.
In 1951, when some Americans were considering building bomb shelters, this agency was created to work with the federal government for civil defense.
With help from a $4.2 million contract, the university’s Center for Cybersecurity Innovation has fully opened.
The system, with more than 57,000 A&M Care Plan enrollees, will offer virtual primary care and other services.