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Virginia Tech offers multidisciplinary opportunities in cybersecurity education and research, with participating faculty from the departments of Computer Science, Electrical and Computer Engineering, Political Science, and Business. With its strong engineering and science focus, Virginia Tech offers deeply technical undergraduate and graduate programs in cybersecurity, and our faculty conduct world-class research in information security, network security, hardware security, and software security. Centers such as the Hume Center for National Security and Technology researches defense and intelligence applications of cyber attack and defense. The IT Security Lab, part of the university's CIO organization, is able to use the university's production network as a teaching hospital for cybersecurity.
The Identity Theft Prevention Act, effective January 1, 2006, requires businesses that operate, or have clients in New Jersey, disclose a breach of security to customers. However, the act requires these businesses to report the breach to the Division of State Police for investigation or handling, prior to disclosure to the customer. The Data Breach Notification Procedures link provides the proper procedure to report loss of personal identification.
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