When: Tuesday July 21 from 6 to 8 pm, free and online via Zoom

RSVP using the form to the right of this page.

Professor Giordano, director of the Cybersecurity Healthcare Graduate Certificate program at Touro College, will talk about the interesting discipline of cybersecurity. In this presentation, he will introduce important terms, concepts, and statistics. He will also discuss:

  • the importance of the field of cybersecurity
  • modern cybersecurity threats
  • emerging technologies
  • and the future of the field of cybersecurity. 

Professor Joseph V. Giordano currently serves as the Director of the Healthcare Cybersecurity Graduate Certificate program at Touro College. 

Previously, Professor Giordano was a professor of practice at Utica College (2008-2020). During his time at Utica College, he served as the school's Director of Cybersecurity academic programs. Under Professor Giordano's direction, these programs were designated as a National Center of Academic Excellence in Cybersecurity by the National Security Agency and the Department of Homeland Security. In addition, Professor Giordano also headed up the Fraud and Financial Crime Management program at Utica College and helped to create the College's Cyber Forensics laboratory. 

Before his job at Utica College, Professor Giordano worked at the Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) from 1981-2007 as a computer scientist and also served as the technical advisor for the Cyber Operations R&D program. While at AFRL, Professor Giordano's areas of expertise and emphasis were database systems, cybersecurity, cyber operations, and cyber warfare. 

For more info:
Call: (917) 201-1227 or email: jack.romano@touro.edu

6 to 8 pm

address icon
Online via Zoom (link provided after your registration)