Applications are invited for a tenure-track position at the Associate Professor/Full Professor level in Information Assurance beginning August 2013. Candidates must have a distinguished research, publication, teaching and service record, and demonstrated leadership ability in developing and expanding (funded) research programs. The salary for this position is highly competitive and funding for doctoral students and post-docs is available. Candidates are expected to have a terminal degree in a closely related field to Information Assurance (cybersecurity).
The new Master of Science program in Information Assurance provides the opportunity for those with Bachelor's degrees in Information Assurance to advance their education and skills though a graduate level experience housed within the School of Interdisciplinary Informatics (SI2).
"Information security is considered by many to be one of the main challenges of our generation," IS&T Dean Hesham Ali said, "Properly addressing Information security concerns is critical not only to economic prosperity but also to national security, and UNO's information assurance program is regarded as one of the best in the country."
This exciting opportunity provides Master's-level education in the management and rigorous technical assessment of information-related risks by ensuring confidentiality, integrity, and availability of data. Potential job prospects for graduates with this degree range from federal government departments to healthcare providers.
Prospective students are open to apply for admittance into UNO for the Fall 2012 semester. For questions about the program or the approval process, contact:
Bill Mahoney, Executive Director of NUCIA firstname.lastname@example.org | 402.554.3975
Ann Fruhling, Director of the School of Interdisciplinary Informatics (SI2) email@example.com | 402.554.4902
Carla Frakes, Graduate Advisor firstname.lastname@example.org | 402.554.2073
NUCIA combines the efforts of commercial, governmental and educational institutions across the United States to increase awareness in the numerous domains of information security.
With threats ranging from hacking a home-based personal computer to shutting down power grids or communication systems, the world wide computing community needs capable information security professionals to assure the confidentiality, integrity and availability of their data.
NUCIA bridges the gap between education, research and practice to deliver knowledgeable personnel to the organizations that need them now.
IA professionals strive to protect the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of data and their delivery systems in order to mitigate risk in the global IT infrastructure.
The University of Nebraska at Omaha has been named a Center of Academic Excellence in Information Assurance Education by the National Security Agency (NSA).