In the News: Johnson on Cyber Breach; Chess Championship is International News

| April 9, 2013

 Recent news media coverage involving Webster University includes:

In their story on a cyber attack that compromised the credit cards of customers of a local grocery store chain, the St. Louis Post-Dispatch turned to Webster University’s Tom Johnson for expertise:

“It’s a phenomenal problem,” said Tom Johnson, an associate vice president at Webster University and cyber-security expert who serves on a U.S. Secret Service electronic crime task force. “The problems we have, the amount of attacks, they’re much more sophisticated than they were before.”

And the top-ranked Webster University chess team’s victory at the President’s Cup, the “Final Four of collegiate chess,” drew coverage from coast to coast — and overseas, including:

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