In this National Cybersecurity Institute podcast, Deanne Cranford-Wesley discusses networks and the importance of instant communicating to our personal and business lives. The conversation touches upon the most common attacks conducted on networks as well as steps organizations can take to protect them, including access controls, management controls, and segregation of duties.
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Dr. Deanne Cranford-Wesley Biography
Dr. Deanne Cranford-Wesley is a National Cybersecurity Institute fellow, and is the Department Coordinator of the Information System Security Program at Forsyth Technical Community College. Dr. Cranford-Wesley is a cybersecurity professional and has appeared as a subject matter expert on Fox8 and Time Warner News discussing recent advances in cyber security vulnerability.
She holds a PhD in Education Leadership with a focus in Instructional Technology, and an MA in Administration. Furthermore, she has obtained the following certifications: Security +, Cisco Certified Network Professional (CCNP®), Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA®), and Cisco Certified Instructor (CCAI).