Teach Information Security and Intelligence courses. Candidates should possess the ability to develop and deliver curricula for hands-on instruction integrated across multiple platforms. Faculty members also have professional responsibilities that may include continuing professional development, participating in curriculum development, recruitment, registration of students, keeping regular posted office hours (which are scheduled at times convenient for students), and participating in traditional functions having academic significance. Faculty members may be required to teach off-campus or in an online environment.
Master’s degree in business, IT, or related field from an accredited college or university.
Required Work Experience:
Background in one or more of the following areas: information security, information assurance, IT security, data mining/analysis, intelligence analysis, penetration testing, network security, digital forensics, secure application development, database, project management risk assessment, fraud examination. Five or more years of in-field industry or government experience.
Experience with telecommunicating technology such as Skype, Blackboard, GotoMeeting, or Adobe Connect for working with students and other faculty remotely. Evidence of at least one year successful teaching experience.
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