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Archive: August, 2017

Aug. 28, 2017


 •In July, Dr. Paul Shapiro, CIC Professor, published an article entitled “Cyber Policy: Public Private Partnerships and Securing Our Critical Infrastructure” in the National Maritime Intelligence - Integration Office Technical Bulletin, Volume 12.• In July, Maj Brian Young, USAF and CIC student, published an essay entitled “Commercial Satellites,

Aug. 15, 2017

NDU Women Peace and Security Student Writing Award

BACKGROUNDBeginning in 2000, with Resolution 1325, the UN Security Council adopted a set of seven resolutions in what isnow referred to as its “Women, Peace and Security (WPS) Agenda.” Binding on UN member states, the SecurityCouncil resolutions address a significant gap—that of the perspective that can be gained from taking a gender lensto matters

Aug. 15, 2017

NDU's new introduction video

Check out NDU's new introduction video on creating strategic advantage.

Aug. 8, 2017

Recent Research Activity

• On 15 June, RADM (Ret) Jan Hamby, CIC Chancellor, participated in a panel presentation at the AFCEA Defensive Cyber Operations Symposium. The panel discussed the topic of“Readiness in the Cyber Domain: The Fight for Talent and Resources.”• On 19 June, Dr. Jim Chen, CIC Professor, gave a presentation entitled “Cybersecurity Education and Awareness

Aug. 3, 2017

Professor Trawick Keynote Speaker on Cyber Education

Prof George Trawick was invited as the keynote speaker for the   ISC2 Kentucky chapters regional meeting on 28 July 17  Prof. Trawick spoke to the audience of 100+ security professionals on the need for cyber education and community involvement.  Challenging each of them to be more than cyber operators and experts in their fields. He charged them

Aug. 2, 2017

CIC Professors Participate in OPM Cybersecurity Orientation

Professor Duke, Professor Trawick, and Professor Ryan participated in the OPM Cybersecurity Orientation for federal employees. Professor Duke gave a lecture which received excellent marks as shown below.” Q1 The presentation by Professor Duke was appropriate andextremely helpful. – favorable response rate = 96.15%”Total registrations for the