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Mason Engineering experts will highlight cybersecurity research for their partners

Written by Nanci Hellmich “Mason Engineering has a robust cybersecurity program that crosses disciplinary engineering boundaries and includes robots, drones, autonomous vehicles, health care, smart cities, and the electrical grid,” says J.P. Auffret, PhD, Associate Director, Center for Assurance Research and Engineering (CARE), Volgenau School of Engineering and Director, Research Partnerships and Grants Initiative, School of Business. […]

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Cyber Security Economy: Strong and Growing

The cyber security economy is strong and growing. For technology professionals looking to enhance their leadership career, now is a great time to pursue a cyber security degree. Why Get a Cyber Security Degree Today? 1. Job Opportunities 2. Growing Industry 3. High Salaries The infographic below outlines the state of the cyber security economy, […]

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Iranian Targeting Hacking of U.S. Professors – 144 U.S. Universities, 3,768 Professors and Estimated Worldwide Theft of 31.5 Terabytes of Data, IP Valued at Over $3 Billion – New Government Regulations Around Confidential Unclassified Information (CUI)

The DoJ charged nine Iranians on Friday, March 23rd with conducing massive cyber theft into computer systems belonging to 144 US universities, 176 university’s across 21 foreign countries, 47 domestic and foreign private sector companies, HI and IN state governments, U.S. Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, U.S. Department of Labor and the United Nations and others.  […]

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March Cybersecurity Leadership and Smart City Conference Highlights Smart City Development and Cybersecurity Initiatives; Furthers Engagement with State and Local Governments

With speakers including Rick Howard, CSO, Palo Alto Networks and Mike Watson, CISO, Commonwealth of Virginia, the Mason Cybersecurity Leadership and Smart City Conference brought together 200 participants and speakers on March 13th in Arlington to discuss smart city innovation and associated cybersecurity challenges and strategies. The conference, part of Mason’s NSF project to further […]

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First Mason School of Business Research Paper eJournal Published on SSRN; Professors Tony Sanders and Amit Dutta Recognized for Research Paper Readership

The first edition of the George Mason School of Business Research Paper eJournal was published in late February with six papers from the fields of Finance, Information Systems and Operations Management, and Accounting. School of Business faculty included Gerald A. Hanweck, Anthony B. Sanders, Anant Mishra, Amitava Dutta, Alexander Philipov, and Bret A. Johnson. The […]

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