Doug Witten

Doug Witten

Lecturer - Computer Science

3057 Woodward Ave
Maccabes Building
Room 14101.20

d.witten@wayne.edu

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Doug Witten

Biography

Doug has an extensive Information Technology background which spans over 30 years. He has been a programmer, application engineer and security consultant. Doug led many large scale enterprise projects including the State of Michigan’s Health Information Exchange which is part of the information side of the Affordable Care Act (ACA). Doug is a Certified Ethical Hacker (C|EH) who enjoys teaching Cyber Security and Computer Science. Doug has led teams from Baker College Cyber Defense Club that has won 4 of the last 5 State of Michigan Collegiate Cyber Defense Network tournaments. Doug was also a mentor on 2 National Championship teams. Doug is also an advisor for the National Cyber League (NCL).

In his free time enjoys spending time with his family, golfing, fishing, and playing acoustic guitar in the church (however, he still needs lots of work).

Education

University of Michigan - Flint * Master of Science - Computer Science

Baker College * Bachelor's degree in Computer Information Systems

Courses Taught

C programming

UNIX Shell programming

PowerShell and Perl Programming

Ethical Hacking I and II

Tactical Network Perimeter Defense

Malware and Reverse Engineering

Digital Forensics

Internet and Web Security

Computer Networks and Computer Architecture

Systems Development Methods

Database Management