James Curtis

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Assistant Professor George Herbert Walker School of Business & Technology Department of Math & Computer Science St. Louis, Missouri jamescurtis89@webster.edu Office: (314) 246-8761

Bio/Research

Col. James Curtis, Ph.D, is an Assistant Professor in the Math & Computer Science Department at Webster University focusing on Information Technology and Cybersecurity. Col. Curtis was a career Air Force Cyber Officer who served in the White House as a Presidential Communicator for Presidents Bus...

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Bio/Research

Col. James Curtis, Ph.D, is an Assistant Professor in the Math & Computer Science Department at Webster University focusing on Information Technology and Cybersecurity. Col. Curtis was a career Air Force Cyber Officer who served in the White House as a Presidential Communicator for Presidents Bush and Clinton. He then spent 16 years in the IT industry culminating as a Vice President and Regional Director with SRA International. His expertise encompasses information assurance; systems analysis; risk management; cybersecurity policy; digital literacy; enterprise architectures; and space and logistics operations. Curtis serves as a Permanent Board of Director and Past President of the Armed Forces Communications-Electronics Association, Scott-St. Louis Chapter, as well as a Board of Director for the Midwest Cyber Center. Prior to joining Webster University in 2013, he taught for 10 years as an Adjunct Professor of Public Policy at Maryville University. He earned his doctorate degree from Saint Louis University in Public Policy where the subject of his research was public-private partnerships.

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