Faculty from UH West Oʻahu’s bachelor of applied science in information security and assurance program led a panel discussion concerning planning for malicious cyber activity at the 30th Annual TechNet Asia-Pacific conference held at the Hilton Hawaiian Village in Waikiki last fall. The conference focused on Asia-Pacific regional defense issues and was co-sponsored by the Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association (AFCEA) International.
Panel members included U.S. Pacific Command personnel and UH West Oʻahu lecturers Joshua Margolin, Joel Nonnweiler, and Philip Robbins. The panel was led by UHWO Assistant Professor of Information Technology, Matthew A. Chapman.
UH West Oʻahu offers a bachelor of applied science in information security and assurance, bachelor of applied science in information technology, and bachelor of applied science in computing, electronics and networking technology in partnership with the University of Hawaiʻi Community Colleges. For more information, visit uhwo.hawaii.edu/cyber.