Two juniors majoring in business information technology pursue a new academic option—cybersecurity management and analytics.
Pamplin alum Baback Bazri (BIT ’04) recommends Pamplin students of cybersecurity to invest in their career, and stay current with trends in the marketplace.
This fall, Virginia Tech students have a remarkable new learning opportunity: gaining experience in banking and risk management by participating in actual loans with their bank partners with real money from the Virginia Tech Foundation.
Idris Adjerid, associate professor of business information technology, researches how people make online privacy decisions.
Lara Khansa, professor of business information technology, uses four analytics techniques to investigate overcrowding in the ER of a local hospital.
Jin Xu, associate professor of finance, received a Best Paper Award for an article examining the effects of taxes on corporations’ market values.
Sarah E. Stein, assistant professor of accounting and information systems, and Lauren M. Cunningham, of the University of Tennessee, co-authored a case study on using visualization software in audits to identify anomalies.