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Masters In Cyber Security Boosts Career Outlook

April 16, 2015

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There couldn’t be a better time than now to pursue a masters in cyber security degree. Today, the demand for cyber security professionals is growing three and a half times faster than the IT job market and in 2014 there were 1 million unfilled cyber security jobs globally. Cyber security degrees are the stepping stone […]

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Cybersecurity Students Hear About Importance of Developing a Strategic Network

February 25, 2015

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Original article appeared on WashingtonExec.com By Lauren Budik MacAulay-Brown Inc. (MacB) President and CEO Sid Fuchs served as a guest lecturer at George Mason University (GMU) on Feb. 14 on the importance of developing a strategic network and the power of leadership. Fuchs explained to more than 30 graduate students of the University’s Master of […]

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Cybersecurity Forum Covers Full Spectrum of Innovations

February 19, 2015

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By Carl Willis-Ford, Senior Technical Advisor, SRA International and Adjunct Faculty, George Mason University, MS in Technology Management Class of 2008 During quarterly meetups, the Cybersecurity Innovation Forums, hosted by Mason’s MS in Management of Secure Information Systems (MSIS) program, demonstrate recent innovations in a wide spectrum of cybersecurity topics: from governance to code, from […]

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Mason, IBM, NSF Partnership Produces Cybersecurity Report

February 18, 2015

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The recent cyberattacks at Sony and NSA Director Admiral Michael Rogers’ testimony that U.S. critical infrastructure is and will be under attack have once more pushed cyber risks into the spotlight. As cyber threats are rarely constrained to a single incident or sector, it becomes clear joint efforts across all platforms are not only necessary, […]

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Gaining Ground in GovCon

February 17, 2015

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George Mason University’s School of Business has long been entrenched in the government contracting (govcon) market—one that dominates the regional landscape. “The government and the companies that market to the government are the collective engine behind the Northern Virginia economy,” said Sarah E. Nutter, dean of George Mason’s School of Business. “We feel it’s our […]

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