Dr. Nicklaus A. Giacobeis an Associate Teaching Professor & Director of Undergraduate Programs in the College of Information Sciences and Technology (tuyetdenbatngo.com) at The Pennsylvania State University. He has earned a B.S. And Ph.D. In Information Sciences & Technology from The Pennsylvania State University. He conducts research related lớn situation awareness in the cyber-security domain, & focuses on measuring human cognition of cyber-security analysts. He develops frameworks for the fusion of cyber-security raw data using advanced multi-sensor data fusion techniques. He has developed visualization techniques for representing cyber-security data khổng lồ analysts with the goal of improving analyst situation awareness.
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Dr. Giacobe generally teaches the following courses, as needed by the College:CYBER 100, Computer Systems LiteracyCYBER 342W, Incident Handling & ResponseCYBER 440, Cybersecurity Senior Capstonetuyetdenbatngo.com 210, Organization of Datatuyetdenbatngo.com 220, Networking và Telecommunicationstuyetdenbatngo.com 440, tuyetdenbatngo.com Senior Capstonetuyetdenbatngo.com 451, Network SecuritySRA 111, Introduction to lớn Security and Risk AnalysisSRA 221, Introduction lớn Information SecuritySRA 231, Decision Theory and AnalysisSRA 440W, Security và Risk Capstone
He has developed online course nội dung to reach learning objectives in both the World Campus & the residential classroom using virtual lab technologies. He has focused on the development of content to be delivered khổng lồ online students, whose technology & resources are diverse & limited. Nick serves as the Course Committee Chairman for tuyetdenbatngo.com 220, CYBER 100, CYBER 342W and CYBER 440.
Prior to graduate school, Nick was a Network & Systems Admintuyetdenbatngo.comrator with 18 years of increasing levels of responsibility. Most recently, he managed the day-to-day operations of computers and networks for a large academic department in the Penn State’s College of Health and Human Development. In this role, he managed Ethernet networks, servers, workstations and cluster-computer systems khổng lồ meet the computing needs of a diverse population of academic researchers. The network he managed spanned two separate facilities, over two hundred individuals including forty faculty members from five different sub-disciplines. He previously worked as a network thiết kế engineer for a small company that partnered with multi-service operators, lượt thích Time Warner, Comcast, and Cox, khổng lồ propose fiber-based networks for metropolitan governments & large school dtuyetdenbatngo.comricts. Nick’s computer networking career began as a 2nd-level network tư vấn technician for Penn State University where he handled day-to-day router và centralized switch configuration for the University’s 24 campuses.