We are located in Marshall Hall on historic Fort McNair in Washington, DC where the Potomac and Anacostia Rivers merge.
Graduates of our School of Joint Strategic Studies earn Joint Professional Military Education (JPME) level 2 credit and a Master's of Science (MS) degree with a concentration in National Security and Cyberspace Studies.
The College of Information and Cyberspace is led by Thomas Wingfield, Esquire, a member of the drafting committee for the Tallinn Manual on the International Law applicable to Cyber Warfare. Here, he (left) is discussing international cyber challenges with Dr. Feakin (Australia's Ambassador for Cyber Affairs).
Students at the College of Information and Cyberspace come from a wide array of organizations across the national (and international) security community, including the private sector, to enrich the educational experience and increase the value of the alumni network.
The College of Information and Cyberspace leads efforts to tackle enduring national security challenges by bringing experts together to solve problems.
We bring together leaders and experts from across the national security community who are interested in information and cyberspace. Here, the Commander of US Coast Guard Cyber Command addresses the audience of our Cyber Beacon Conference.
CIC hosts capstone gathering of the US Cyberspace Solarium Commission.
In this episode of Strategic Insights, the series that brings you thoughts from leaders at the
The College of Information & Cyberspace's National Security and Cyberspace Studies program is now a
Check out CIC faculty member Dr. John Hurley's latest article covering the diverse challenges that