Tag Archives: J.P. Auffret

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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Mason at Forefront of Developing Cyber Security Solutions

February 2, 2015

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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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Mason Explores Partnership with Hokkaido University

October 27, 2014

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Two professors from Hokkaido University in Sapporo, Japan visited the George Mason University’s School of Business on Tuesday, October 21, 2014 to share ideas and explore partnerships with the School of Business’s Masters in Technology Management and Masters in Management of Secure Information Systems programs and the Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship. Professors Tsunehisa Araiso and […]

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Mason Team to Partner with IBM on Research

February 19, 2014

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A multidisciplinary team of George Mason University professors will partner with IBM to research imminent advancements in the electric power industry, changes that will challenge cybersecurity for the more than 3,000 electric companies in the United States. IBM has selected the multidisciplinary team, including representatives from the School of Management, the Volgenau School of Engineering, […]

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“Tech Hiring Binge May Pose Security Risks for Government”

June 15, 2013

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USA Today’s Jim Michaels explores the government’s demand for talent in the Cybersecurity field. This demand may have contributed, Michaels offers, to how Edward Snowden acquired a six figure salary with limited experience and without even earning a high school degree. George Mason’s Executive Degree Program Director J.P. Auffret offers his opinion on the matter.   Click […]

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