The U.S. Naval Academy’s new superintendent wants his campus to become a center for cybersecurity education. Vice Admiral Michael H. Miller hopes to secure funding for a $100 million building through the government or private donors. Miller also said an introductory cybersecurity class would be required in the curriculum for the Class of 2015. He also expects the Academy to eventually produce graduates who specialize in cyberwarfare.
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