May 20 – Cyber is not Just for The Computer Scientist by Mr. Vance Saunders (WEBEX Presentation)

Place: Wright-State University’s WEBEX log in  (contact if you did not receive the link via InfraGard broadcast on Sunday)

Date: 20 May 2020 (Wednesday)

Time: 3:00-5:00 P.M.

Presenter: Mr. Vance Saunders, Instructor & Director, Cybersecurity Program Computer Science & Engineering Dept. Wright State University

Mr. Saunders carries 40+ years of senior leadership, business development, technical management, research, development, and operational experience in the USAF, the aerospace defense industry and academia.  Management and leadership expertise cover the spectrum from leading small technical development teams and managing individual project activities to leading large business operations and managing multi-million dollar program contracts.  30+ years of computer science and information technology expertise.  As a computer scientist, his expertise lies in the areas of cyber security, advanced distributed collaborative decision support, artificial intelligence, management information systems, distributed real-time architecture design and digital modeling and simulation.  As an academician, major results beyond teaching in the classroom have included new course development,  adding a graduate level CyberSecurity Analytics certificate to Wright State’s program, adding an undergraduate Cybersecurity Certificate for Computer Science and Computer Engineering students, participating in the development of our new BS in Information Technology and Cybersecurity degree, working with the Air Force Institute of Technology (AFIT) and the University of Dayton to establish the Southwest Ohio Council for Higher Education (SOCHE) Cybersecurity Committee

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Parking is free. If you come off I-675 and Fairfield, stay on the upper parking lot to the right. The entrance to the far right of the Nutter Center. You are on the same level as the Berry Room.  It is not mandatory to RSVP (to, but it helps with the count. These meeting are open to the public and suitable for any organization.

Hope to see you there! Please e-mail if you have any questions.