Cybercrime expert to speak at Clark College



The more our world is wired together by the Internet, the more vulnerable private and public systems become to cybercriminals and cyberterrorists.

And, the battle to keep ahead of the “bad guys” is growing ever more difficult, according to a veteran information technology security professional who will speak on Nov. 5 at Clark College.

Rocky Termanini, vice president of a New Jersey-based, international security consulting firm, will appear from noon to 1:30 p.m. in the Foster Hall auditorium.

He has taught at several U.S. and overseas universities, and served as senior advisor to law enforcement agencies during his four decades in consulting.

Clark has recently added a cybersecurity course in its Data Technology and Telecommunications Technology program, and student and local business interest in the subject has been strong, the school reports.

Clark College is at 1933 Fort Vancouver Way, in Vancouver.