WALTHAM, Mass.- The majority of Americans are concerned about hackers using their home computers to launch attacks on others, but their knowledge of specific threats remains minimal. According to the Bentley Survey on Consumers and Internet Security, consumers need more education about online security threats and best practices.
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Roland Hübscher, assistant professor of Information Design and Corporate Communication at Bentley College, was recently awarded two collaborative grants from the National Science Foundation.
Bentley College, in collaboration with TiE Software and Services Business Forum (SSBF) and the TiE Institute, will sponsor an interactive, audience-driven Outsourcing/Offshoring workshop at Bentley on Saturday, November 6. TiE, which stands for 'talent, ideas and enterprise,' is a nonprofit global network of entrepreneurs and professionals.
WALTHAM, Mass. - For any youngster who has ever dreamt of making it to the major leagues, Bentley is helping make that dream a reality.
WALTHAM, Mass. - Boston Red Sox legend Jim Rice, one of the most feared hitters of his era, was on campus August 18 to celebrate the opening of Fenway Residence Hall, the campus' newest dorm. President Joe Morone, a self-admitted Yankees fan growing up in New York, welcomed Rice to campus and shared the same sentiments as opposing pitchers.
WALTHAM, Mass.- Over 130 of the top academic and professional leaders in the world of marketing gathered in Boston earlier this week to ponder the question, "Does Marketing Need Reform?"
Bentley College and AARP will sponsor Aging by Design, a two-day conference that explores the intersection of a rapidly-growing aging population, the business community and the design of technology products and services.