February 2, 2015

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Mason at Forefront of Developing Cyber Security Solutions

This post was created from an article written by Natalia Kolenko and published in Fourth Estate. A new cyber security product created by a Mason professor and graduate students was recently released into the commercial market with the help of small local business Kryptowire and the Department of Homeland Security. The product is software that […]

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January 27, 2015

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Protecting Your Network From Cyber Security Risks

Cyber security risks and cyber attacks against companies and governments continue to grow. The recent breach at Sony Studios is just another example of the importance of cyber security risk management. There are many ways to protect your organization against cyber security risks, but it is often difficult to mitigate them all. How can you […]

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January 14, 2015

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MS in Technology Management Class Invades Consumer Electronics Show

By Keith Harrison, MS in Technology Management, Class of 2016 As the first group of students from George Mason to experience the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, we were pretty sure that some faculty/administrators were worried and hoped no one would end up in the news. The good thing is our MS in […]

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January 13, 2015

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Why Mason is a Top Technology Management Program

Mason MS in Technology Management students and alumni talk about why Mason had the best technology management degree to meet their needs. What made Mason the best technology management program for you? I completed both my masters and undergraduate degrees at George Mason. The rich experiences, professional and personal growth that I have had here […]

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January 10, 2015

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Highlights from MS in Technology Management Trip to Consumer Electronics Show

When the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) became the epicenter of future tech last week, 26 students from Mason’s MS in Technology Management program were there to check out the latest in automotive, robotics, virtual reality, 3D printing and more. Led by Professor Kumar Mehta, the group spent four days in Las Vegas at the annual […]

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