Senior Fellow-Adjunct Professor Cybersecurity & Homeland Security
George Washington Center for Cyber and Homeland Security
February 01, 2015
Adjunct Professor at the World Cyber MBA Program | Key contributor/editor to Active Cyber Defense Program and advises a diverse group of government and corporate officials regarding federal and international policy of cybersecurity, issues and impacts of various breaches, cyber best practices and national security issues.
I meet with international representatives from various governments. Advising on cyber operations and policy, nation state threats and CT issues.
Washington DC--- The George Washington University Center for Cyber and Homeland Security (CCHS) has selected for a second time Geoff Hancock as a member of their Senior Fellows Program.
"I am very excited to join this new group exceptional professionals in cyber, national defense and homeland security who will be offering meaningful research and solutions for adoption by government and the private sector,” Hancock said after the announcement.
"We look forward to continuing to work with Geoff and utilizing his leadership and expertise working on new program and initiatives with this new cohort" said Frank Cilluffo Founder and Director of the Center for Cyber and Homeland Security.
CCHS's senior fellows are a distinguished group of policy experts and practitioners in the areas of cybersecurity, counterterrorism, and homeland security, drawn from the private sector, government, academia, and the non-profit sector.
As a senior fellow Hancock will help to set the Center's policy and research agenda through his role serving on the Center's task forces. In addition, he contributes to the work of the Center by participating as a speaker at policy events; writing and publishing policy reports, opinion pieces, and blog posts; and engaging in outreach with the news media and other stakeholders.
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