The 21st century is characterized by the use of the Internet for our personal and professional daily lives. National security depends on a stable, safe and resilient cyberspace. We rely on this vast array of networks to communicate, socialize, network, travel, automate our homes, run the world economy, and provide many government programs and services. Unfortunately, cyber intrusions and attacks have increased dramatically over the last decade, exposing sensitive personal and business information, disrupting critical business operations, and disrupting economies. Get an overview of cyber security from multiple perspectives in this timely lecture.
I am an Entrepreneur and Educator with 20 years’ experience in leading teams in training, change management, and software development. Major strengths in creating vision, strategy, and execution, people management, team building, and problem solving within a variety of business environments-from startups to major Fortune 500 companies. Have an established track record in planning and implementing next generation active learning and group collaboration platforms. Expertise in learning frameworks like Kirkpatrick’s four-level training model, Bloom’s Taxonomy, and Gardner’s Multiple Intelligence Model.
My current research focuses on Transdisciplinary Education and Research to solve complex challenges.