Dr. Seth Hamman, director and associate professor of cyber operations at Cedarville University, working with students in Cedarville’s cybersecurity computer bay.
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Ben Sprague, a 2006 Cedarville University graduate, is currently serving as a visiting professor and fellow in the university’s Center for the Advancement of Cybersecurity.
In a world where we heavily rely on computers in our daily lives, hackers and others who launch cyberattacks have the potential to cause more and more harm. But hackers aren’t always the villains — good hackers are also needed to find and fix vulnerabilities before they’re used for harm.
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Weinstein, Mark D., "“Hacker-in-Residence” Teaches Students How to Fight Cyberattacks" (2022). News Releases. 1516.