Dr. Bob Duhainy, PhD
PhD, Walden University; MS, BS Southern Methodist University
Dr. Duhainy is a core faculty of Computer Networks and Cyber Security at the College of Management and Technology at Walden University, director of the Center of Cyber Security Education, and a dissertation chair at the Doctor of Information Technology program. For his PhD dissertation, he has worked on developing the most effective approach for deploying a context- and location-aware network, which is particularly important to the U.S. government as it will allow hands-off processing and the tracking of medical supplies and weaponry. His research focused on RFID deployment methods, minimizing the required number of passive and active tags, and the power requirements needed to operate the networks. His research work includes using software agents to safe guard computer networks from attack. He is also involved in various security-related research projects, Virtual Reality Interoperability and Security, Multi Factor Authentication, Radio Waves Interference, Nefarious Code Detection, and System Vulnerabilities and Assessments. He is a member of the IEEE, ACM , ISC2 Cisco Networking Academy, AFCEA, NICE, CISSE and NIST. Dr. Duhainy has been an active member of the US Secret Service (USSS)'s and FBI Cybercrime task force-Boston chapters. He was trained by the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) and Directorate of National Intelligence (DNI) on various topics, and actively serves as a board member on of the FBI/InfraGard Boston chapter, and consults federal agencies, state and local government groups on cybersecurity topics. He is also a frequent invited keynote speaker at national and international meetings, as well as regular media interviews as a Subject Matter Expert (SME) on cybersecurity topics.
Dr. Duhainy’s teaching interest and courses taught at the Master’s and Doctoral levels include Ethical Hacking tools and incident handling techniques, legal issues in Cybercrime, Operating System and Network Architecture, Fundamentals of Information Assurance, Telecommunications and Networking, Information Assurance and Risk Management, Information and Systems Security, Computer Law, Crime, and Investigation, Information Security Governance, Seminar in Information Security, Development of Proactive and Reactive Security Plans.
Bob Duhainy, PhD
School of Management and Technology
Doctor of Information Technology (DIT)
100 Washington Avenue South, Suite 900
Minneapolis, MN 55401
Dr. Gary Griffith
Dr. Gary Griffith has worked in the field of information systems and technology for over 30 years. From 1994 to 1998 I held Secret Security Clearance while I was working with a team of system and software engineering implementing software solution for the Special Operations Aircraft required by the Army’s Special Forces. From 1998 – 2012 Trane/Ingersoll Rand – I held many positions which involved information assurance and software security. I have written several engineering applications and applications which required secure connection to Enterprise Resource Planning systems. I was part of a team that implemented a DMZ which allowed the engineering team to share designs with suppliers. In my leadership roles I responsible for facility security, computer lab access security, separation of duties, and maintained Sarbanes Oxley requirements. I was part of team that implemented several disaster recovery plans for shop floor, engineering, and ERP systems for minor and major disasters including weekly/monthly system back up along with total loss scenarios. As part of my career growth I took on a role as the project/program manager implementing a worldwide trade compliance solution. This new system covered denied parties, free trade, and handled both importation and exportation of goods. My last role was to help a team implement a new ERP system worldwide.