MIW Disruptive Podcast Episode 2020-021: Dr. Dane Brown | Cybersecurity | Biometrics | Privacy & Trust | Cryptography
Dane Brown is an Assistant Professor in the Cyber Science Department at the United States Naval Academy. He holds a B.S in Electrical Engineering (USNA ’05) and an M.S. in Computer Engineering (NPS ’06). He completed a Ph.D. in Computer Engineering (Virginia Tech ’19) with a focus on analyzing the security of firmware in ARM environments.
Dane has worked at the Naval Academy since 2010. Originally an instructor in the Electrical Engineering department, he quickly got involved in teaching and developing courses for the new Cyber additions to the Naval Academy core curriculum. In 2014, he was hired into the new Cyber Science department and charged with helping to create the curriculum and course sequence for the emergent Cyber Operations major. To this end, he has adapted and delivered a course which introduces students to computer architecture and design principles in a hands-on format.
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