The School of Cybersecurity and Privacy congratulates the Graduating Class of Spring 2021. Explore highlights of a few members in our new class of alumni with a Master of Science in Cybersecurity.
The Online Master of Science in Cybersecurity program includes three women graduates – the first from OMS Cyber – who are earning their degrees this spring. Learn about these pioneers in our coverage.
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Charlotte B. and Roger C. Warren Chair of Computing
Chair, School of Cybersecurity and Privacy
HOT TAKE: MS in Cybersecurity
Q: What happens when you put soon-to-be-graduates on the spot to share how they feel as it all comes to an end? A: You get a little humor, honesty, and some sadness.
► What They Said
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Sean: I survived.
Alexander: Excited to serve.
Andrew: Excited to reacquaint myself with the notion of free time.
Apurv: I am looking forward to my professional journey starting after graduation with my first full-time job.
Farzam: Excited to get the master’s and have an awesome summer before I start work full-time.
Jonathan: Excited to qualify for a promotion!
Kai: Everything’s great!
Maneel: I’m gonna miss this place.
Meghan: I’m excited to read books that I actually want to read.
Rahul: GT made me realize, “I think, therefore I am.”
Tanishq: Bye bye Tech, I’m off to industry.
Yameen: I’m excited to have my weekends back.
Yiwen: I’m glad that I spent my last two years here.
Gregory: I’m excited for weekends and to see if what I’ve learned at Georgia Tech is true or not.
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CMPE01, OMS CYBER21
There’s a common refrain among students who make it through Georgia Tech’s classrooms and come out the other side with a degree: I Got Out. It’s a badge of honor and a shared bond among those who endure the institute’s rigorous demands. More than a few of those men and women choose to come back knowing full well what awaits them.
Previously stationed in Georgia, the U.S. Army captain remembers the first and only time she visited Tech’s campus. She and her husband Drew, a fellow Army officer, were stationed clear across the state from one another – Drew at Fort Benning in Columbus and Becky at Fort Gordon in Augusta – and had to make long weekend drives to see each other.
Kristine’s grad school experience has been like a self-feeding loop – go online for class, learn through her projects and peers, integrate that new knowledge at work, then rinse and repeat. Adding to that virtuous cycle was a promotion at her job, where she is now an IT security auditor.
Georgia Tech’s graduate course in Privacy, Technology, Policy and Law had an unintended consequence for Jada Brock – it scared her into going incognito on the web. 404 NOT FOUND 404 NOT FOUND 404 NOT FOUND 404 NOT FOUND 404 NOT FOUND 404 NOT FOUND
Maneel Manish Modi
Maneel is undeniably energized as he heads out to start his career and leverage all that he has learned. He aims to absorb as much as he can by taking on varied projects and working toward the long-term growth that the field promises. With cybersecurity professionals constantly in demand across industries, Maneel’s prospects to do exactly that look very good indeed.
Online Master of Science in Cybersecurity
These are OMS Cyber’s first women graduates – a U.S. Army officer trained at West Point, a career public servant monitoring critical infrastructure, and an ambitious IT security auditor, all prepared for their next steps in helping make cyberspace safer.
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Paul Judge received his Ph.D. and M.S. in Network Security from Georgia Tech. He is a technology entrepreneur and investor. He is Co-Founder & Partner of TechSquare Labs and Co-Founder & Executive Chairman of Pindrop. Pindrop’s technology protect some of the largest banks, insurers, and retailers in the world and has total funding of over $100 million from venture firms including Andreessen Horowitz, Google Capital, and IVP. TechSquare Labs is a company building studio and venture fund based in Atlanta. Across TechSquare Labs and Judge Ventures, Paul has invested in over 60 technology startups.
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Ranking a GT Cybersecurity Degree
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CMPE01, OMS CYBER21
A: Humor, honesty, and some sadness