Interested in building a state-of-the-art information risk management course at your university? Join us for the FAIR University Curriculum Virtual Panel Webinar on Friday, February 23rd, at 1 PM EST.
Three FAIR Institute member professors will be on an expert panel to talk about teaching FAIR, cybersecurity, and risk management to university students.
This interactive event allows you to hear first-hand how to use the FAIR University Curriculum at your university and will provide tips and best practices to building a successful Information Risk Management course.
Meet our Panelists:
Mike Jerbic is a Lecturer in Economics at San Jose State University and Chair of the FAIR Institute Academic Workgroup. In 2009, he completed his MA in economics at San Jose State University and over the last six years has taught FAIR in undergraduate classes in microeconomics, macroeconomics, critical reasoning and expression in economics, and cost-benefit analysis in the Economics Department.
Mandy Andress is a Lecturer at the College of Information and Computer Sciences at UMass Amherst. She is Vice President for Enterprise Information Risk Management at a Fortune 100 company. Mandy currently has accountability for the Cyber Intelligence Unit, Information Risk Strategy and IT Compliance. Previous accountabilities have included Information Risk Managers, Infrastructure and Remote Access Security, Information Security Policies, and Information Security Consulting.
Wade Baker is a Collegiate Associate Professor of Integrated Security at Virginia Tech and part of the Business Information Technology faculty in the Pamplin College of Business. He teaches courses for the MBA and Master of IT programs and collaborates with internal and external parties to further the university’s growing list of cybersecurity initiatives. His research interests fall at the intersection of cybersecurity, risk management, business strategy, and data analysis.