Posts Tagged ‘Leadership’

Cybersecurity Students Hear About Importance of Developing a Strategic Network

Original article appeared on 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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Graduate Students Learn about IT Leadership in Higher Ed

By Jordan Thomas, MS in the Management of Secure Information Systems ’15 Marilyn Smith, vice president for information technology and chief information officer at George Mason University spoke to graduate students in the Management of Secure Information Systems and Technology Management programs in early October. With a $40 million budget, Smith oversees and directs Mason’s central […]

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APEC TEL Extends IT and Aging Society Project

The Asia Pacific Economic Cooperative – Telecommunications Working Group (APEC TEL) – approved an extension of ICT Applications for People with Special Needs project at the APEC TEL 47 meeting held in Bali, Indonesia from April 22nd to 27th. The project is co-led by Professor Toshio Obi of Waseda University and James Kang, the CIO […]

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Crack the Cyber Code: Grad Schools Prep a New Generation of Cyber Leaders

Helping governments and organizations defend themselves from online threats has become a popular topic in the past decade. “There are quite a fewcyber-security programs, but they are highly technically orientated,” says J.P. Auffert, who leads a similar program at George Mason University, also brand-new this year. “There are hardly any that are focused on cybersecurity […]

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