The University of Dayton has hired the first leader for its regional cybersecurity and data intelligence center.
W. David Salisbury, UD professor of cybersecurity management, was announced by the university today as the new leader for the center.
Salisbury helped create the cybersecurity course sequence in UD’s school of business administration, according to the university. He specializes in examining criminal and terrorist uses of information technology.
“We are extremely excited about the new opportunities in experiential learning, research and industry outreach the center will develop under his leadership,” Tom Skill, UD chief information officer said in a prepared statement.
UD and Premier Health announced in January 2017 that they would team up for the new cybersecurity and data intelligence center. Premier donated the lead gift for the center,