Information Assurance Education

Overview

IAE LogosMission Statement

Rose State College was the first and only two-year institution that offers all six of the Committee of National Security System (CNSS) Certifications 4011-4016. Along with the CSEC partnership, Rose State College’s mission is dedicated to building our Cyber Security program curriculum to provide advice, research, and training helping deter cyber incidents and assist in fighting cyber crimes.

Rose State College’s Cyber Security program offers training to community college faculty, secondary school faculty and students across Oklahoma and neighboring states. The following includes established goals:

  • Development and implementation of an Associate in Applied Science (A.A.S.) degree in Cyber Security and Networking.
  • Internship program for students in the Cyber Security A.A.S. degree program specializing in Information Assurance and Digital Forensics.
  • A scholarship program supporting students from underrepresented groups in the IT professions.
  • A scholarship program supporting students seeking vendor specific certification. (CompTia, Cisco, Microsoft, ISC).
  • Offer opportunities for two-year, four-year and high school faculty from neighboring states to attend train the trainer workshops.

Letter of intent (PDF)

Faculty

Kenneth Dewey

MS, MA, BS
CISSP, ACE, MCSE, ACE, Security+, A+, Net+, iNet+, CNA, CNSS 4011-4016
Director/Professor Rose State College Cyber Security and Information Assurance Programs
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kdewey@rose.edu
(405) 733-7977

Virginia Dewey

Adjunct Faculty, Cyber Security Program

Brian Hampton

Adjunct Faculty, Cyber Security Program

Arlene Haynes

Professor Rose State College Computer Information Technology Program
ahaynes@rose.edu
(405) 736-0236

Casey Walker

Adjunct Faculty, Cyber Security Program

William Richards

Adjunct Faculty, Cyber Security Program
wrichards@rose.edu

Barron Winters

Adjunct Faculty, Cyber Security Program.

Christopher Yates

Adjunct Faculty, Cyber Security Program
cyates@rose.edu