Earn a Master's in Cybersecurity
Giordano says the master's program -- an evolution of the school's six-year-old undergraduate cybersecurity program -- will hone in on:
- National security and security management;
- Cybersecurity and the investigation of information systems;
- Preparing students for cybersecurity careers that cross the financial, business, government, law-enforcement and military sectors.
Giordano teaches in both the cybersecurity undergraduate program and the economic crime management graduate program. He also serves as the interim director of the Economic Crime Management master's program and is an adjunct faculty member with Syracuse University's School of Information Studies. Giordano holds an associate's degree from Herkimer County Community College, a bachelor's degree in computer science from Utica College and a master's degree from Syracuse University in adult education. He also is a graduate of the United States Air Force's Air Command and Staff College, where he studied national security issues, the theory of warfare, military affairs and geopolitics. Giordano is a member of the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners, the Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association, and the Operations Security Professionals Society.