Professor Patrick Slattery’s Profile

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Professor Patrick Slattery
Title
Adjunct Professor
Department
Computer Systems Technology
Office Location
Online
Academic interests

Decision Support, AI, Blockchain, Risk Management, Cybersecurity, Systems Implementation

Bio

Aligning information, decision-making, work processes and the foundation of technology which supports it all. Driving efficiency in the talent supply chain to raise the level of cybersecurity talent globally.

I am dedicated to two things:
1.) working with talented individuals to propel their success;
2.) putting pieces together for an effective result.

Specialties: strategy, strategic program management; resilience, IT risk management and cybersecurity; service delivery model design; management and team motivation; planning, forecasting and performance management; predictive modeling; machine learning; talent development; Business Intelligence (BI); Enterprise Resource Management (ERP); protection of assets; RPA; interactive data, semantic web, XBRL, etc.

Pronouns
he/him
Work Phone
3476947809

My Courses

CST 2410 HD19 Su22 – Introduction to Computer Security (5wks)

CST 2410 HD19 Su22 – Introduction to Computer Security (5wks)

This course is an introduction to security issues facing computer professionals today. Students will acquire the knowledge and skills on how to maintain the integrity, authenticity, availability, and privacy of data. It covers computer viruses, authentication models, certificates, group policy, cryptography, and access control. It also introduces the fundamental security issues of programming, database, and web server. Other topics include how to monitor the system for suspicious activity and fend off attacks, to keep spies and Spam out of the e-mail, to take control of security by encrypting data, to design Active directory, blocking ports, and locking down the registry. This course includes discussion of cybersecurity frameworks including NIST.

CST 2410 OL20 Su21 – Introduction to Computer Security (5wks)

CST 2410 OL20 Su21 – Introduction to Computer Security (5wks)

This course is an introduction to security issues facing computer professionals today. Students will acquire the knowledge and skills on how to maintain the integrity, authenticity, availability, and privacy of data. It covers computer viruses, authentication models, certificates, group policy, cryptography, and access control. It also introduces the fundamental security issues of programming, database, and web server. Other topics include how to monitor the system for suspicious activity and fend off attacks, to keep spies and Spam out of the e-mail, to take control of security by encrypting data, to design Active directory, blocking ports, and locking down the registry. This course includes discussion of cybersecurity frameworks including NIST.

My Projects

Office of the Provost

Office of the Provost

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Immersive Instructional Design Workshop Hub

Immersive Instructional Design Workshop Hub

Openly licensed digital learning object or short tutorials created by faculty participants in the January 2022 Immersive Instructional Design Workshop.

Immersive Instructional Design Workshop

Immersive Instructional Design Workshop

January immersive instructional design workshop about information literacy, discipline-specific research practices and Information Literacy (IL) skills, and accessible Instructional Design (ID) principles. The workshop will culminate in the production of an openly licensed digital learning object or short tutorial.

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