Developing Future Cybersecurity Contributors – Brian Glas – ASW #197
What does it look like to try teaching cybersecurity at an undergraduate level? What are the goals and challenges faced when trying to help future generations learn what they need to know to contribute to this industry?
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Brian has over 20 years of experience in various roles in IT and over a decade and a half of that in application development and security. His day job is serving as an Assistant Professor teaching a full load of Computer Science and Cybersecurity classes at Union University. He helped build FedEx’s AppSec team, worked on the Trustworthy Computing team at Microsoft, consulted on software security for years, and served as a project lead and active contributor for SAMM v1.1-2.0+ and OWASP Top 10 2017 and 2021. Brian is a contributor to the RABET-V Pilot Program for election related technology. He holds several Cybersecurity and IT certifications and is currently working on his Doctor of Computer Science in Cybersecurity and Information Assurance.