Center for Cybersecurity

Seminole State College's Center for Cybersecurity works to advance the practice and public awareness of information technology (IT) security through education and service. Our faculty offer guidance to students, members of different academic disciplines across the College, local government, and industry partners. We are dedicated to bridging education with exploration to provide an environment that fosters applied research in IT security, with a focus on innovation and learning.

The College partners with a group of industry leaders who are involved in advising and assisting with the curriculum and programs offered in the IT field. These industry leaders come from healthcare, law enforcement, consulting, finance, research and other local industries.

Seminole State College has programs in cybersecurity at the associate and bachelor's degree levels.

B.S. Information Systems Technology

The Bachelor of Science degree program in Information Systems Technology, Cybersecurity Specialization focuses on all aspects of cybersecurity from understanding the nuances of cybersecurity to current trends and applied skills needed in the field.

For additional degree program information, please visit the B.S. Information Systems Technology webpage.

A.S. Information Systems Technology

The Associate in Science degree program in Information Systems Technology, Cybersecurity Specialization focuses on the principles and best practices in cybersecurity to protect and secure valuable information systems. Students in this high-demand career will have experience in desktops, servers, virtualization, cloud computing and security.

Further degree program information can viewed on the A.S. Information Systems Technology webpage. 

Cybersecurity Faculty

Dr. Craig Tidwell
407.708.2698 office
407.708.2322 fax
Location: SLM V-0102C

Dr. Janell Robinson
407.708.2298 office
407.708.2322 fax
Location: SLM V-0102P

Dr. Adam Rocke
407.708.2497 office
407.708.2322 fax
Location: SLM V-0102G

Dr. Marwan Shaban
407.708.2093 office
407.708.2322 fax
Location: SLM V-0102E

Professor Ben Taylor
407.708.2249 office
407.708.2322 fax
Location: SLM V-0102K

Contact

Adam Stark
Professor/Program Manager, Networking
407.708.2852