College of Management and Technology
Dr. Duhainy has 24 years of experience in designing and implementing wireless and cellular Networks and 27 years in technology and computer security. He holds a Bachelors and a Masters degrees in Telecommunications Engineering from Southern Methodist University and a Ph.D. from Walden University Information Systems Management program. Dr. Duhainy teaches a variety of courses in Data Communications and Computer Security online. For his Ph.D. 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 the use of software agents to safe guard computer networks from attack. he is also involved in various security-related research projects, advanced authentication techniques interoperability, nefarious code detection, and system vulnerability assessments. he is member of the IEEE, ACM , ISC2 Cisco Networking Academy, AFCEA, NICE, CISSE, NIST, NSA CAE and the FBI InfraGard.