Information technology specialists have myriad career paths to consider, many of which are seeing strong job growth today. The market for cybersecurity jobs, for example, is expected to increase more than 200% by 2020. Yet, even within the field of cybersecurity, specialists can choose from more than one path to advancement. Professionals considering an advanced […]
From large-scale consumer data breaches to an unprecedented foreign attack on the 2016 U.S. presidential election, public and private institutions are increasingly being called upon to better secure their data. With so much uncertainty and vulnerability related to data protection, one thing is clear: As cyber criminals become more sophisticated, those who protect, secure and […]
The Importance of Information Security Of all the pressing challenges facing leaders in business and government today, one stands above the rest: keeping their information secure. With computerized technology integrated into nearly every facet of our lives, this concern is well founded. Securing information is urgent for intelligence agencies, law enforcement, and private security firms, […]
With prominent cyber security breaches becoming a somewhat regular occurrence, including recent attacks on companies to retrieve credit card data from customers, organizations around the country are, at present, frequently outgunned in the fight to protect their vital information. The problem isn’t bound exclusively to the private sector either; government agencies still struggle to defend […]
The George Washington University’s School of Engineering and Applied Sciences (SEAS) will offer an online Master of Engineering in cybersecurity policy and compliance M.Eng.(CPC) with its first term starting this fall. Given the rise in cybercrime and instances of global corporate espionage, this program fills an urgent staffing demand by educating students with a specific […]
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