Richard White

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Richard White
Dr. White is an Adjunct Professor with the Computer Science Department at the University of Colorado, Colorado Springs. He taught Air Force Academy cadets their senior military course before he retired from the Air Force in 2004. After retiring, he pursued his interests in education and homeland security, publishing one of the first textbooks on the subject in 2005, and becoming an associate at the UCCS Center for Homeland Security. For three years he conducted homeland security exercises at USNORTHCOM, and spent a year as an emergency planner at the El Paso County Office of Emergency Management. In 2014 he returned to UCCS under a research contract from DHS S&T to develop a uniform risk analysis methodology for lifeline infrastructure. Dr. White teaches Computing Ethics and Homeland Security and Cybersecurity.

PERSPECTIVE: Until a Less Hackable Computer Comes Along, There’s a Great Cyber Threat to Infrastructure

We know that in order to attain cybersecurity three conditions must be met: confidentiality, integrity, and availability. They are hard to attain because computers are inherently stupid and fragile.

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