I am professor of practice and Director of the Cybersecurity Education and Research (CEDAR) center in the Computer Science Department at the University of Wyoming in beautiful Laramie, Wyoming!
I am passionate about teaching - at all levels. I am currently teaching courses in both computer security as well as data mining.Read More
My research focus is on the manipulation, anomaly detection, and security of data within hardware systems. I am specifically interested in design automation techniques for secure hardware devices - especially in the realms of bio-medical devices, communcations infrastructure, and the Internet-of-Things.
Spending countless hours in front of a computer I quite enjoy taking a break to cycle around Laramie. You'll generally see me in a bright kit headed through Roger Canyon or maybe on the trek to Tie Siding.Read More
“There is no such thing as perfect security, only varying levels of insecurity.”
- Salman Rushdie