Aug 05 2016

Layer 8 Security Executive Director Joins Immaculata’s Cybersecurity Advisory Board


Exton, Pennsylvania – Layer 8 Security’s Executive Director, Jeffrey Lipson, has joined Immaculata University’s Cybersecurity Program Advisory Board. A career intelligence and communications officer with over 25 years of military service, Jeffrey is a recognized subject matter expert in the fields of information assurance and cybersecurity.

Immaculata’s Cybersecurity Advisory Board offers strategic advice that helps guide the development and administration of the program, particularly ensuring that its course offering fulfill the needs of the profession. The Board Members have volunteered their expertise pro bono because they recognize the benefits of Immaculata’s bachelor degree for emerging leaders in the field of cybersecurity.

“Staying protected against cyber criminals is a struggle for many businesses – the marketplace need for information security professionals has never been greater. Guiding our higher education institutions is key in making sure our students are prepared to tackle the cyber challenges they’ll face in the field,” said Jeffrey.

To learn more about Immaculata University’s Cybersecurity Program, visit their website at

About Immaculata University
Immaculata University is a Catholic, comprehensive, coeducational institution of higher education sponsored by the Sisters, Servants of the Immaculate Heart of Mary. Its programs, rooted in academic rigor, ethical integrity and Christian core values, encourage a commitment to lifelong learning.

Layer 8 Security focuses on the effective management of cybersecurity at the human layer where business processes and technology intersect through various services such as compliance risk management, security risk assessments, penetration testing, training and more. The Layer 8 Security team has extensive experience and training from operations serving in the National Security Agency, U.S. Cyber Command, DoD, Special Operations, and Private Industries. Layer 8 Security members have served at home and abroad, and many still serve today in the military Reserve.

Understanding the threats and vulnerabilities facing the business is an important step to becoming a secure organization. To learn how to get started, visit our website at