UTSA to train 'cyber warriors'

Tuesday, 27 March 2007, 2:33 AM EST

With a $3.5 million state grant to be announced today, the University of Texas at San Antonio will open a new computer-security research institute that one day could protect you from theft or identity theft.

Striving to emerge as a leader in the field of "cyber security," UTSA has recruited an internationally recognized scholar, Ravi Sandhu, to lead the new institute, university president Ricardo Romo said.

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