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Posts Tagged ‘J.P. Auffret’

Alumni Meet with Estonian Cybersecurity Expert

Cybersecurity expert Joe Carson, visiting from Estonia, spent an evening at the Arlington campus with a group of alumni from the MS in Management of Secure Information Systems program.  During a roundtable discussion, the group compared U.S. to European approaches to cybersecurity. The late June meeting was a reunion of sorts for the group since […]

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New Chief Information Officer (CIO) Accreditation Launched

A new global accreditation program is now available for university IT management and leadership degree programs, and graduates will earn professional certifications as chief information officers. Offered by the International Academy of CIO (IAC), a world leader in chief information officer education, standards and best practices, the accreditation program is the only one recognized around […]

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Cybersecurity Leadership Video Series Launched

The School of Business and Volgenau School of Engineering are launching a video series called “Cybersecurity for Executives,” which will feature interviews with industry, government and academic experts on current cybersecurity leadership issues. The series is aimed at executives and board members, who are increasingly aware that they must develop strategies and allocate resources for […]

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Korea Awards Cyber Security Defense Grant to Mason Professors

Angelos Stavrou, director of Mason’s Center for Assurance Research and Engineering in the Volgenau School of Engineering, and J.P. Auffret, director of the MS in Management of Secure Information Systems at the School of Business recently received a $268,000 grant from the Korea Agency for Defense Development (ADD) for a new cyber security consulting project. […]

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Korea Awards Cyber Security Defense Grant to Mason Professors

Angelos Stavrou, director of Mason’s Center for Assurance Research and Engineering in the Volgenau School of Engineering, and J.P. Auffret, director of the MS in Management of Secure Information Systems at the School of Business recently received a $268,000 grant from the Korea Agency for Defense Development (ADD) for a new cyber security consulting project. […]

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