Cybersecurity Master's News

Prof. Connie Uthoff speaking on a panel

Washington Post Article Highlights CPS Cybersecurity Program

October 20, 2018
CPS’s Connie Peterson Uthoff, associate program director of the Cybersecurity Strategy & Information Management master’s degree program, was quoted in the October 17 Washington Post Express story, “Defenders of the Web,” written by Beth Luberecki. The article, written during National Cybersecurity Month, had a few major takeaways, one of them being that “in today’s cybersecurity degree programs, it’s not just about graduating engineers.” The article underscores the plentiful opportunities for students interested in careers in the cyber arena, the more technical coders and hackers, as well as those who make policy, legal and business decisions using an understanding of cybersecurity.
Program Director Lammert with panelists from Guidehouse

Students Learn the Importance of Public-Private Partnerships in National Security Efforts

August 25, 2018
GW graduate students learned about national security issues in a new way by hearing the perspectives of professionals currently working in this specialized field. A team of five presenters from Guidehouse (formerly PwC Public Sector), a leading government consulting firm, lead a discussion on how private-public partnerships strengthen our country’s national security efforts with students in the Homeland Security and Cyber Security Strategy and Information Management master’s degree programs.
Connie Uthoff speaks at podium

Distinguished Panel Discusses Application of the Law of War to Cyber Operations

June 23, 2018
A panel of top ranking defense officials, lawyers and policy experts gathered on the evening of May 3 at GW’s Elliott School of International Relations to discuss the application of the law of war to cyber operations in times of peace and times of war.
Elaine Lammert

Elaine Lammert Appointed Program Director

June 23, 2018
Congratulations to Ms. Elaine Lammert for her appointment as Program Director of both the Homeland Security and the Cybersecurity Strategy and Information Management master's degree programs, effective July 1. She also holds the title of associate professor in the College of Professional Studies.
cybersecurity panel of speakers

Cybersecurity Strategy & Information Management Rated #3 for Best Online Master's Degree Program

June 16, 2018
The online master’s degree program in Cybersecurity Strategy & Information Management has been ranked #3 by TheBestSchools.org, out of fifty programs.
Paul Wormeli

Cyber Strategy Faculty Member Briefed Congress on Crime Statistics

June 15, 2018
Paul Wormeli, one of our faculty members in the Cybersecurity Strategy & Information Management master's program, recently briefed Congress regarding a possible new crime commission.
Connie Uthoff at 2017 PRT CEO Summit

CPS Faculty Presents at Cybersecurity Strategy CEO Summit

October 19, 2017
Panelists at the 2017 President’s Roundtable, Inc. (PRT) CEO Summit included CPS’ Connie Uthoff, associate program director for the master’s degree in Cybersecurity Strategy and Information Management.
Prof. Billingsley with DOJ guest speaker

Dept. of Justice CIO Shares Knowledge with Cyber Master's Students

October 17, 2017
Students in GW's master's in Cybersecurity Strategy and Information Management program were very excited to have Joseph F. Klimavicz, the Deputy Assistant Attorney General Chief Information Officer of the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ), lecture to their class.
Cyberspace cannot be uncontested space for the enemy, former CIA Director David Petraeus said at last week's DCOI annual summit.

CSIM Sponsored Event Featured NSA Director Michael Rogers, former CIA Director David Petraeus

May 23, 2016
“There is a whole new dimension of warfare—along with ground, sea, air and space and subsea, you now have cyberspace,” the retired four-star general said at the annual Defensive Cyber Operations and Intelligence Conference.
Gabi Siboni

Talks on Cyber Threat at the Cyber Academy Opening

December 18, 2014

Despite cold rain on the evening of November 9, about 100 cyber security, military and international affairs professionals joined Dean Ali Eskandarian and other GW faculty and staff for the opening