Faculty + Staff

 Terrance Dillard
P 248.204.3560
E tdillard@ltu.edu
O S110 (Science Building)

Terrance Dillard

Experience in Teaching (LTU and elsewhere)

       Baker College, Adjunct Professor June 2007 to present

       Davenport University, Adjunct Professor October 2011 to 2015

       Lawrence Technological University, Adjunct Professor   June 2011 to present

       Northwood University, Adjunct Professor February 2007 to 2014

       Oakland Community College, Adjunct Professor May 2015 to present

       Walsh College, Adjunct Professor September 2012 to 2015

 

Experience in Industry (years and positions)

       Analog and Digital Electronics, Avionics, Navigational Systems 15 years

       Computer Information Systems, I.T. Consultant, I.T. Project Manager, I.T. Director, 17 years

       Information Security, Information Assurance, 10 years 

Level of Education (dates and locations)

United States Air Force, Air University, Aviation Electronics, Automatic Flight Control Systems, Inertial Navigation Systems, 1982 - 1995       

       Bachelor of Science, Information Systems, E-Business, University of Phoenix, 2003

       Master of Science, Information Systems, Information Security, Walsh College, 2006

       Doctor of Philosophy, Information Systems, Capella University, 2011

       Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP), 2007

Areas of Interest (what do you love to teach)

       Computer Information Systems

       Information Security

       Cyber Crime Investigation

       Disaster Recovery & Business Continuity Planning

       Perimeter Defense

       Legal and Ethical Issues in Information Technology

       Governance and Compliance in Information Technology

       Enterprise Risk Management

 

Research interest

       Information Privacy

       Information Security

       Social Engineering

       Internet of Things and Security Implications

 

Bio:

 Dynamic and disciplined professional with teaching experience in Information Technology, Information Security, Systems Development, and Business Process. Over 25 years management experience in business           Information Technology. Learner-centric attitude and best practice instructional methods enable students to gain real-world comprehension of theory and practice. Exceptional social skills and sense of humor that help encourage approachability, and foster a pleasant learning environment, both online as well as within the classroom. Professional mentor and coach; have successfully served hundreds of I.T. and Computer Science students in various capacities, including faculty mentor and capstone advisor.

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