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Securing the Internet of “Things”

November 16, 2015

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Dr. Angelos Stavrou of George Mason University talks about security considerations for the emerging internet of things in a presentation sponsored by TechTarget and ISACA. Learn more about cyber security programs at George Mason University at cyber.gmu.edu.

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Want to be a CISO? Mason has a degree for that!

November 10, 2015

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One of the hottest job markets today is cyber security with the global cyber security market expecting growth to reach $80 billion by 2017. The demand for cyber security professionals, including CISO, has been 3.5 times greater than that for other IT positions and 12 times greater than other jobs. There is expected to be […]

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Cyber Security Degree Fills Leadership Gap

October 27, 2015

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Supply and demand is one of the most important concepts in business. Without demand, it is very difficult for businesses to thrive. The cyber security jobs market is thriving. Demand is outpacing supply, and today the demand for cyber security leaders is high. Below is a chart showing the Hot IT Career Choices and their […]

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Cyber Security Programs Address Leadership Gap

October 19, 2015

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There is an evident cyber security leadership gap throughout the corporate world. Reports show that only 66% of Forbes Global 2000 companies have full-time personnel in key roles for privacy and security (CISO/CSO/CPO/CRO), and corporate boards and senior management are lagging in establishing key positions in these areas. One reason for this gap appears to […]

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Networking Benefits of a Cyber Security Masters Degree

October 13, 2015

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It is often said that you get out of your education what you put into it and choosing the right cyber security masters degree will be a critical factor in your long-term career success. What you learn in a cyber security program is more than what is taught in books; you learn from the people […]

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