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“Outwit opponents, in a capture-the-flag kind of way”: Digital Forensics and Cybersecurity graduate James Black

May 17, 2022

“I’ve loved computers and technology all my life, I can’t remember a time when I haven’t been heavily involved with...

“I really appreciated the part-time flexibility”: How BCIT Computing grad Christian Fenn earned a Bachelor’s Degree through night and weekend classes

May 12, 2022

Some say you need to be in it for the long haul, and BCIT Computing grad Christian Fenn is precisely...

Technology Support Professional alumna: 7 tips to start an IT career within 10 months

April 14, 2022

We caught up with Kansas Mackenzie to learn more about her educational journey through the Technology Support Professional (TSP) program...

From developing quantum-inspired software to the classroom: Get to know Maryam Tanha

April 12, 2022

Dr. Maryam Tanha’s research and work projects read like news headlines: critical infrastructure security, intelligent transportation systems, android malware detection....

Warning signs of incel violence: Student work presented at the American Academy of Forensic Science

March 31, 2022

“Never in my academic career would I have expected to verbally present my research in a conference” says BCIT Forensics...

Students win by building community with tech

March 28, 2022

Computer Systems Technology (CST) students took home a number of awards at the recent nwPlus cmd-f hackathon for their webapp...

The new era of digital innovation: BCIT co-hosts the Vancouver International Privacy and Security Summit 2022

March 8, 2022

The world is at the forefront of the Fourth Industrial Revolution that will fundamentally alter the way people work, live,...

EC-Council partnership expands access to cybersecurity certification

March 4, 2022

“In this era of increasing cyber threats and attacks, there is a growing need for cybersecurity training among computer users,...