Ken Dewey

Dewey, Ken

Areas of Expertise:

  • Digital Forensics
  • Mobile Device Security
  • Cryptography
  • Penetration Testing

Mr. Ken Dewey retired from the United States Air Force and began at Rose State College as an adjunct in 1997. In 2000, he became a full-time faculty in the Computer Information Technology department of Rose State College.  As a result of a continuing National Science Foundation grant, Professor Dewey currently serves as Director of the Cyber Security program.  He holds three Associate degrees from the University of Maryland and the Community College of the Air Force, Rose State College, a Bachelor's degree from Park University, a Master's degree in Computer Resource Management from Webster University, and a Master's degree in Cyber Security from the University of Tulsa. Professor Dewey also holds numerous industry certifications in the area of Digital Forensics, System Security, Information Assurance and many CompTia certifications.

Professor Dewey currently holds the position of Principle Investigator for an NSF grant awarded to Rose State College in Cyber Security which funds student scholarships in the amount of $600,000 over 5 years.

Since 2010, Rose State has graduated nearly 200 students in the Cyber Security field and has awarded over 300 CNSS certifications in the area of Information Assurance and Forensics. Rose State has also been designated as a Center of Excellence in Cyber Security from the NSA and DHS and was the first and only two year school in the nation to offer all 6 CNSS certifications in Information Assurance.