Edward Moskal is the founding Director of the Saint Peter’s University graduate program in Cyber Security and is the Chair of the Computer Science Department. Over the past 15 years in academia, Ed has focused on cyber security and data science.
Specialty: Cyber Security and Privacy
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Ed is the founding Director of the Saint Peter’s University graduate program in Cyber Security and is the Chair of the Computer Science Department. Over the past 15 years in academia, Ed has focused on cyber security and data science. He designed and established the University Cyber Security Center and leads the University Cyber Security Internship program and Cyber Security Incubator, where graduate students work on building and launching cyber security start-up companies. Ed has partnered with companies like Cisco, IBM, AT&T, and the FBI and is a Partner in the Secret Service NY/NJ Electronic Crimes Task Force (ECTF). Recently Ed completed a one year Fellowship at the University of Notre Dame, where he worked in the Department of Computer Science and Engineering designing a Cyber Security Center and developing and teaching new graduate courses in Cyber Security and Digital Forensics. Prior to academia, Ed worked in the Information Technology industry for 25 years. His last position in industry was with Ernst & Young where he worked in a Senior Management capacity leading the New York Office Application Controls and Security Practice. Client engagements included performing a Risk Assessment for the New York Stock Exchange, designing and implementing a Global Security Architecture for American Express, and designing the Security Architecture and Computer System Controls for the MTA E-ZPass System. Throughout Ed’s career, he’s has mentored and coached hundreds of people, from students entering the workforce, to recent hires, to subject matter experts.
BS Saint Peter’s University
MS University of Notre Dame
MMS Stevens Institute of Technology