Faculty

Joseph P. Bailey
Research Associate Professor, Decisions, Operations and Information Technologies
Robert H. Smith School of Business, University of Maryland

Joseph Bailey

Dr. Bailey's research and teaching interests span issues in telecommunications, economics, and public policy with an emphasis on the economics of the Internet. This area includes an identification of the existing public policies, technologies, and market opportunities that promote the benefits of interoperability. Bailey is currently studying issues related to the economics of electronic commerce and how the Internet changes competition and supply chain management.

He earned his PhD in Technology, Management and Policy, from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and his MS from Stanford University, Department of Engineering-Economic Systems.

Dr. Bailey will teach Systems Thinking and Design in the Cybersecurity Leadership Certificate Program.

Sandor Boyson
Research Professor and Co-Director, Supply Chain Management Center
Robert H. Smith School of Business, University of Maryland

Sandor Boyson

Dr. Boyson has significant expertise in technology management and supply chain management, with over 20 years’ experience in strategic technology planning, systems development/ management, and enterprise-wide process integration. During 2010-2012, he has been principal investigator and advisor to the National Institute Of Standards and Technology, a key federal policymaker in cybersecurity, on Information Communications Technology Supply Chain Risk Management. He has served as a technology & strategy consultant to public organizations as varied as the World Bank and the Department Of Defense; and private sector organizations such as Allied Signal, Hughes Network Systems and Avaya Corporation.

Dr. Boyson will teach ITC Supply Chain Risk Management and Cybersecurity Leadership Capstone in the Cybersecurity Leadership Certificate Program.

Michel Cukier
Associate Professor of Reliability Engineering with a joint appointment in the 
Department of Mechanical Engineering and the Institute for Systems Research
University of Maryland

Michel Cukier

Dr. Cukier received a degree in physics engineering from the Free University of Brussels, Belgium, in 1991, and a doctorate in computer science from the National Polytechnic Institute of Toulouse, France, in 1996. From 1996 to 2001, he was a researcher at the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign. He joined the University of Maryland in 2001 as Assistant Professor.

His research covers dependability and security issues. His latest research focuses on the empirical quantification of computer security. He has published over 60 papers in journals and refereed conference proceedings in those areas.

Dr. Cukier will teach Cybersecurity Technology in the Cybersecurity Leadership Certificate Program.

William Greenwalt
Vice President, Acquisition Policy, Aerospace Industries Association; 
former Director, Federal Acquisition Policy, Lockheed Martin Corporation; 
former Deputy Undersecretary of Defense Industrial Policy, Office of the Secretary of Defense, 
The Pentagon, Washington, D.C. 2006-2009

William Greenwalt

Guest lecturer Bill Greenwalt is responsible for directing the development and coordination of aerospace industry positions on acquisition, contract, financial, tax, legal, intellectual property, environmental, safety and health issues. Bill represents the aerospace industry before Congress, the executive branch, the press and the public on acquisition and industrial base issues including counterfeit parts, commercial-military integration, profit, cash flow and payment policies, pensions, intellectual property, and other acquisition and financial related topics. Formerly, as Deputy Director, Surveys and Investigations, U.S. House of Representatives Appropriations Committee, Bill managed a non-partisan committee staff reporting to the Chairman and Ranking Member of the House Appropriations Committee that was responsible for the completion of oversight, investigative and evaluative studies of issues and programs of interest to the House Appropriations Committee. At Lockheed Martin, Bill developed and implemented the Corporation’s strategy with respect to government acquisition policy matters to include procurement, requirements, budget, contracts, and acquisition management policies and processes for major systems, technology development, services, information technology, logistics, and rapid acquisition programs. At the Pentagon, Bill was principal advisor to the Under Secretary of Defense (Acquisition, Technology & Logistics) on all matters relating to the defense industrial base including foreign direct investment (CFIUS) and mergers and acquisitions (Hart-Scott-Rodino) reviews. 

Dan Reddy
Senior Consulting Product Manager – EMC Product Security Office, RSA Security Division
EMC Corporation

Dan Reddy

Reddy leads the Supply Chain Assurance arm of the EMC Product Security Office where he has been a champion for promoting product integrity and outlining product requirements for Federal security compliance for the last five years. His 16-year career at EMC has included a variety of security, IT and educational roles. He was co-chair for SAFECode’s first whitepaper on Supply Chain Integrity Controls. He is co-chair of the Open Group’s Trusted Technology Forum’s Global Outreach and Acquisition workstream. He spent 15 years at New England Electric, a major utility with critical national infrastructure where he held a variety of IT and business roles. He teaches computer science at Quinsigamond Community College where he has taught for over three decades. He graduated from Tufts University with an education degree and holds two M. Ed. degrees from Worcester State College in education and computer science.

Mr. Reddy will teach Federal IT Acquisition in the Cybersecurity Leadership Certificate Program.

Donald. R. Riley
Academic Director, Graduate Certificate of Professional Studies in Cybersecurity Leadership
Professor of Information Systems, Department of Decisions, Operations and Information Technology

Robert HSmith School of Business, University of Maryland

Donald Riley

Dr. Don Riley is a Professor of Information Systems in the Decision Information Technologies division of the Robert H. Smith School of Business at the University of Maryland. He is also Academic Director of the Graduate Certificate of Professional Studies in Cybersecurity Leadership, working with faculty from the Business, Engineering and Public Policy faculty to provide strategic, business-focused education for IT and IS experts who seek general management opportunities. The program also welcomes management generalists who seek an enhanced understanding of cyber risks and opportunities, and a new means of collaborating with technical experts across their enterprise.

Dr. Riley is a former Chief Information Officer (CIO) at the University of Maryland, College Park, and was charged with overseeing information technology planning and coordination for the Campus information technology infrastructure: all major central computing, telecommunications and networking infrastructure and services, including academic, student and administrative computer services and instructional technology.

Dr. Riley was formerly faculty of the University of Minnesota Mechanical Engineering Department. He has published over 100 refereed technical papers and several copyrighted software packages for computer aided design; he has graduated multiple Master of Science and Ph. D. students and looks forward to introducing Cybersecurity Leadership students to the wealth of resources at the University of Maryland, College Park.

Min Wu
School of Electrical and Computer Engineering
A. James Clark School of Engineering, University of Maryland

Min Wu

Dr. Min Wu received a B.E. degree in electrical engineering and a B.A. degree in economics from Tsinghua University, Beijing, China, in 1996 (both with the highest honors), and an M.S. degree and Ph.D. degree in electrical engineering from Princeton University in 1998 and 2001, respectively. She was with NEC Research Institute and Signafy, Inc. Princeton, NJ, in 1998, and with the Media Security Group, Panasonic Information & Networking Laboratories, Princeton, NJ, in 1999. Since fall 2001, she has been a faculty member of the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department and the Institute of Advanced Computer Studies (UMIACS) at University of Maryland, College Park. She is also affiliated with the Institute of Systems Research (ISR) in the same university.

Wu's research interests include information security and forensics, and multimedia signal processing and communications. She has published one book "Multimedia Data Hiding" (Springer-Verlag, 2003) and about 65 refereed journal and conference publications. She holds four U.S. patents on media security. She is a member of the IEEE Technical Committee on Multimedia Signal Processing and on Multimedia Systems and Applications. She has served as publicity chair for 2003 IEEE International Conference on Multimedia and Expo (ICME'03), finance chair for 2007 IEEE International Conference on Acoustic, Speech, and Signal Processing (ICASSP'07), and in the technical program committees of several international conferences on multimedia, signal processing, communications, and information security. She also co-edited a Special Issue on Multimedia Security and Rights Management for EURASIP Journal of Applied signal Processing in 2004.

She received an NSF Career award on information security and protection in 2002, and a George Corcoran Education Award from University of Maryland in 2003, a 2004 Best Paper Award from the EURASIP Journal of Applied Signal Processing, and a Young Investigator award on multimedia security and forensics from U.S. Office of Naval Research in 2005. In 2004, she was selected by the MIT Technology Review Magazine as one of the 100 top young innovators whose contribution to emerging technologies will profoundly influence the world.

Dr. Wu will teach Cybersecurity Leadership Capstone in the Cybersecurity Leadership Certificate Program.