Albany Law School dean, director of cybersecurity and privacy law, available to talk about Russian threats
With President Joe Biden’s Monday statement of “a critical time to accelerate our work to improve national cybersecurity and strengthen our national resilience” due to possible attacks from Russia and its allies, Albany Law School Associate Dean for Strategic Initiatives and Director of Cybersecurity and Privacy Law Antony Haynes is available to speak about the statement and possible threats to US cybersecurity.
Before joining Albany Law School in 2015, Dean Haynes was an assistant professor of computer science at the U.S. Air Force Academy, where he taught programming courses, developed the information assurance program for the Academy and created the inter-university cyber defense exercise. He has extensive experience with a host of software and hardware technologies, including Cisco routers, Motorola microprocessors, TCP/IP networking protocols, SQL databases and web programming.
After Air Force Academy, he was associated with Chatham Financial Corporation, Capital Markets, Kennett Square, Pennsylvania, where he led an enterprise-wide software effort, wrote financial software, and coordinated technical developers.
He is a distinguished graduate of the US Air Force Academy, where he was recognized as the top computer science graduate. He earned his master’s degree in computer science from the University of Illinois at Urbana/Champaign, where his thesis focused on machine learning and expert systems.
Dean Haynes also has extensive media and speaking experience:
It is available by appointment.
Learn more about Dean Haynes: https://www.albanylaw.edu/faculty/faculty-directory/antony-haynes