Cal Poly Pomona Cyber Collaborative

About the Cyber Collaborative

Cal Poly Pomona’s Cyber Collaborative is a partnership between the colleges of Business Administration, Engineering, and Science, which advances technologies and discovers new ideas in multiple disciplines using cybersecurity as a shared commitment.

Dedicated spaces and programs are available to students to apply their skills and knowledge using industry-level equipment and programs. This exposure enables them to acquire relevant experience in their future careers. Students graduate ready to work and earn internships and full-time positions in companies, organizations, and federal and government agencies, including the Jet Propulsion Laboratory, the U.S. Navy, Northrop Grumman and AT&T.

Students have opportunities to do research and contribute new ideas, information and data to industry experts. Research skills are valued in their career or graduate work.

Expert faculty members are involved in innovative research and projects. They bring their knowledge of industry standards into the classrooms and teach best practices. Faculty has access to current equipment and take part in unique opportunities to work on specialized topics to contribute to innovations and breakthroughs in their fields.

Through robust programs and expert faculty leaders, CPP is recognized as a Center of Academic Excellence in Information Assurance Education by the National Security Agency and Department of Homeland Security since 2005. Bronco scholars acquire industry-level knowledge and skills and are hired directly after graduation by federal and government agencies, thanks in part to the grant CyberCorps: Scholarship for Service, awarded by the National Science Foundation.