- May 1, 2023
The Commonwealth Cyber Initiative (CCI) has awarded Gisele Stolz its prestigious Impact Award. Stolz is the senior director of Entrepreneurship and Innovation Programs at Mason.
- December 5, 2022
George Mason University information technology major Areej Ali first became interested in startups while interning for two of them.
- October 6, 2022
Commonwealth Cyber Initiative's NovaNode funds projects that pair research teams with industry partners with an eye on commercialization.
- October 5, 2022
CCI NoVa Node will sponsor an event designed to share ideas and best practices for attracting diverse talent.
- Information systems and operations management profs awarded $100,000 Commonwealth Cyber Initiative GrantAugust 9, 2022
Brian Ngac and Nirup Menon, from the information systems and operations management area at the School of Business, were recently awarded a $100,000 grant from the Commonwealth Cyber Initiative (CCI) located in Arlington, Virginia. This Commonwealth Cyber Initiative Grant was awarded for their proposal to develop a new experiential learning program that will engage students and companies from the Commonwealth.
- June 1, 2022
In April, Mason professor Mohamed Gebril took a team of students to Commonwealth Cyber Initiative's BattleDrones Competition.
- May 6, 2022
In 2022, researchers funded by the Commonwealth Cyber Initiative’s (CCI) Northern Virginia Node (NoVa Node) will be exploring the impact of human behavior on cybersecurity systems. Divided into six teams, Two of the teams were led by IST faculty.
- April 8, 2022
Corporate partners ComSovereign, Widelity, and OPNT unveiled the latest addition to the Cyber Living Innovation Lab's growing technological capabilities.
- March 10, 2022
In "Undeleted," McDermott curates content found on seven discarded cell phones. The exhibit displays two kinds of found data, intact and deleted—or what people had hoped they had deleted.
- January 26, 2022
Researchers from the Commonwealth Cyber Initiative take on projects that expand the contributions of social scientists to cyber security challenges through funding of multidisciplinary projects.