News & Announcements

Archive: March, 2015

March 27, 2015

Professor Dave Di Tallo speaks on Federal News Radio about Cyber Intelligence

iCollege Professor, CDR Dave Di Tallo recently recorded an interview for Federal News Radio (FNR) on the topic of Cyber Intelligence.  The interview has been taped, so please feel free to listen on the FNR website at: .     In the interview, CDR Di Tallo speaks about the new iCollege Cyber

March 20, 2015

iCollege Has a NEW Mission Statement !!!

Educate and prepare selected military and civilian leaders and advisors to develop and implement cyberspace strategies, and to leverage information and technology to advance national and global security.

March 19, 2015

Pedestrian Gate Closing & L'Enfant Shuttle Ceasing Operations March 23

Please be aware that starting on March 23, 2015, the pedestrian gate, also known as the Eisenhower Gate, will be closing.  This is in conjunction with the Navy shuttle from L’Enfant Plaza ceasing operation on the same date.Students using public transportation to L’Enfant Plaza have the following options: Walk the 1.5 miles from L’Enfant Plaza to

March 11, 2015

Shuttle from Coast Guard Bldg to Ft McNair Stops March 23

Please note that NDU has been informed that the shuttle which runs from L'Enfant Plaza to the Coast Guard Building on 2nd St SW (right outside the Fort McNair gate) will STOP this route on March 23, 2015.  Students and employees who use this shuttle to come to NDU and other business at Fort McNair will have to locate other means of transportation.

March 4, 2015

International Journal of Cyber Warfare & Terrorism Publishes 2 iCollege Articles

A great day for iCollege publishing!  Here are links to two other article by some of our own -  Jim Chen, Roxanne Everetts, John Hurley, and Mark McGibbon. Abstract Announcement for International Journal of Cyber Warfare and Terrorism (IJCWT) 4(3)  ****************************************************ARTICLE 1 -  A Framework for Cybersecurity

March 4, 2015

Professors Hurley and McGibbon Publish in Federal Computer Week

Congratulations to Professors John Hurley and Mark McGibbon for publishing an excellent article on the Sony hacking case.  The direct link to the Federal Computer Week article is, and it can also be found on the homepage in the "Opinion that Matters" section.   Short summary: The