Posts Tagged ‘cybersecurity’

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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Cybersecurity Forum Covers Full Spectrum of Innovations

By Carl Willis-Ford, Senior Technical Advisor, SRA International and Adjunct Faculty, George Mason University, MS in Technology Management Class of 2008 During quarterly meetups, the Cybersecurity Innovation Forums, hosted by Mason’s MS in Management of Secure Information Systems (MSIS) program, demonstrate recent innovations in a wide spectrum of cybersecurity topics: from governance to code, from […]

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Data Analytics and Multiple Uses in IT Technology and Security

By: Patricia Geng, MS in Technology Management ‘15 How can Big Data and analytics be used for cybersecurity? Ken Spedden, founder of Innovative Solutions Consortium (ISC), visited the MS in Technology Management and MS in Management of Secure Information Systems programs recently and gave a demonstration of how. ISC has partnered with YaData, a Las […]

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Computer Security vs Information Security: What’s the Difference?

The meaning of words and names change over time and this is especially true in the rapidly changing technology industry. For example, we have information security, computer security, information assurance, cyber security and IT security. Not only have these names changed meaning over time, there isn’t necessarily a clear consensus on the meanings and the […]

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