Andy Green

 

 


 

Andrew Green is a Lecturer of Information Security and Assurance in the Information Systems Department, located in the Michael J. Coles College of Business at Kennesaw State University, Kennesaw Georgia. Green has over a decade of experience in information security. Prior to entering academia full-time, Green worked as an information security consultant, focusing primarily on the needs of small and medium-sized businesses. Prior to that, Green worked in the healthcare IT field, where he developed and supported transcription interfaces for medical facilities throughout the United States. Green is also pursuing his Ph.D. at Nova Southeastern University, where he is studying information systems with a concentration in information security. Green is also a co-author on a number of academic textbooks on various information security-related topics, published by Course Technology.




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Dec 5th 2016

Welcome to “Cybersecurity and the Internet of Things”! This course is for you if you are curious about the most recent trends and activities in the internet capabilities and concerns about programmed devices. There are complexities and areas of necessary awareness when the industrial sector becomes connected to your home.

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Nov 28th 2016

This course is for you if you are interested in transitioning toward a managerial role in cybersecurity and mobility. Through interviews with industry experts in this area, you will learn about innovations powering the rapid spread of information technology and how they present new challenges for protecting data.

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Nov 28th 2016

What is the X-Factor? In Cybersecurity, the X-Factor related to unknown and unpredictable human behavior within and outside of your organization. “No one really knows why humans do what they do”, (David K. Reynolds), and because of this organizations can be unprepared for malicious, untrained, or even best intentioned behavior that can cause alarm and sometimes irreparable harm.

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