A sailor in the U.S. Navy for twenty years, Erik W. Schroeder, retired from the Navy in 2006, and that’s when his thirst for education began. In just six years, Schroeder completed his BS in information technology as well as a MS in Technology Management and MS in Management of Secure Information Systems (cyber security […]
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Working Toward Shared Goals: Classmates Make the Difference Taking on the challenge of a graduate degree program while working full-time is always hard, but finding camaraderie in your classmates can help your chances for success or failure. For Matthew P. Sullivan, MS Technology Management ’04, his classmates made the difference. Sullivan says, “Being part of […]
Speak Geek: Alumna Perfects Communication Skills in Cybersecurity Program Asymmetric Warfare. AES. Polymorphism. Malware. APT. Non-repudiation. Deprecated. To many, these words or acronyms could be a foreign language, but in fact, they are cyber security terms that float through the industry. Discussions about cybersecurity often focus on the importance of protecting against cyber-attacks, but another […]
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
Congratulations to Adrienne Charron, Class on 2009 who has taken up her post as IS Vendor Relationship Manager with Blue Cross Blue Shield of North Carolina.