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Instructors


Drew Rozema

  • Mentor

In the early 2000's Andrew Rozema worked as a systems and network administrator for a major media company whose claim to fame was getting Lincoln elected, but that happened a long while before he started working there. After a couple of virus outbreaks including Sasser and CodeRed the company decided somebody should know something about information security, and sent him to his first SANS GSEC class. After which he immediately went back to the office and changed ALL the passwords. That class sparked a passion for information security that's been with him ever since. Since then in addition to roles in that media company involving IT administration, management and security; he worked his way through both a baccalaureate degree and Masters degree in information security and discovered a passion for not only learning about information security, but teaching it as well. After teaching a couple of night classes at the local community college, he was hooked, and when a full-time faculty position opened up, he made the switch. Now Prof. Rozema is the head of the department of Computer Information Systems at Grand Rapids Community College, as well as an Assistant Professor, still responsible for teaching information security as well as classes in Linux, shell scripting, JavaScript, Secure Mobile Application Development and some very exciting classes in penetration testing. As department head his focus is now to bring the program in line with both the CNSS and NICE framework for national accreditation. Prof. Rozema still accepts select consulting engagements and advanced teaching opportunities to make sure he stays on the cutting edge in technology and grounded in what IT looks like in the real world.


Upcoming Courses Taught By Drew Rozema
Type Course / Location Date Register

Mentor
Mentor Session Online, MI
Jan 24, 2020 -
Feb 28, 2020
 

*Course contents may vary depending upon location, see specific event description for details.