INFORMATION SECURITY HAS NEW CHIEF
Norwich University has named George J. Silowash the new chief information security officer (CISO), a critical position in the university’s overall cybersecurity posture. A published security professional with a decade and a half of experience, Silowash has taught in Norwich’s online Master of Science in Information Security Assurance program since 2010 and presently serves as associate director. He is also a graduate of that program. As CISO, he is responsible for the university’s security awareness and training programs as well as other initiatives related to cybersecurity. He also oversees forensics examination of digital material collected during university investigations. Silowash took on the role in December 2016.