Hewlett-Packard-sponsored a survey of about 2,000 certified IT security professionals to determine the best schools for cybersecurity. Mason ranks seventh. The survey considers the experience and expertise of cybersecurity program faculty as well as the school’s reputation within the cybersecurity community. Survey participants were provide a list of 403 educational institutions and were tasked with […]
Nick Kaywork, a 2013 graduate of George Mason’s MS in Management of Secure Information Systems, talks about his experiences in the cyber security program and why he joined in the first place. Nick is currently a program manager with the U.S. Department of Justice. Learn more at http://cyber.gmu.edu
Mason MS in Management of Secure Information Systems Faculty Receive National Science Foundation Cybersecurity Leadership Grant.
By Jennifer Anzaldi -George Mason University’s M.S in Management of Secure Information Systems Faculty in the School of Management and Volgenau School of Engineering recently were awarded a $500,000 grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF) to develop chief information security officer (CISO) core competencies and then apply the results to establish learning objectives and curricula guidelines for […]
MS in Technology Management and M.S. in Management of Secure Information Systems Program Director, J.P. Auffret Recognized as Mason Outstanding Supervisor
Jean-Pierre (JP) Auffret, Director of Executive Degree Programs in the School of Management, and Peggy Aldrich, Associate Registrar at Prince William, were chosen as this year’s recipients of the Mason Outstanding Supervisor Award. When writing about JP, one nominator wrote: “He encourages his staff to think for themselves and to reach beyond what they thought […]
Are you a George Mason student who has an innovative idea for a product or business? Do you need some help turning your idea into a reality? The new Mason Innovation Lab will open January 2014. It will provide workspace, equipment (desks, printers, internet connectivity), and mentorship from faculty to help students develop their concepts […]