001 – Cyber Security Education and the Ethics of Teaching Students to Break Things
Professor of Cyber Security and Computer Science at Tufts University
In the inaugural episode of Agent of Influence, Nabil Hannan talks with Ming Chow, a professor of Cyber Security and Computer Science at Tufts University about the evolution of cyber security education over the past 20 years. They’ll dive into cyber security curriculum, how to get started in the industry, and the question of ethics. They also talk about Fifa 20, and why Ming rage quit the game.
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NetSPI Field CISO
Agent of Influence is a podcast hosted by NetSPI Field CISO Nabil Hannan, as a place to share best practices and trends in the world of cyber security and vulnerability management.
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