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Professor Corey Schou is the University Professor of Informatics and serves as the director of the Informatics Research Institute and the National Information Assurance Training and Education Center (NIATEC). He also serves as associate dean for the College of Business.
He is a founder and past board chairperson of the oldest computer security educators forum: the Colloquium for Information Systems Security Education (CISSE). He is a prolific author with hundreds of books, papers, articles and presentations.
Dr. Schou has designed and developed management information and training systems for organizations as diverse as the Federal Express, Microsoft, American Bankers Association, and General Motors. He works closely with senior management at Apple Computer, Microsoft, United Airlines and other major corporations.
He was selected as the 1996 Educator of the Year by the Federal Information Systems Security Educators Association and the ISSA service award. In 1997 he received the TechLearn award for contributions to distance education. Dr. Schou was the 2001 recipient of the (ISC)2 Tipton award for outstanding contribution to the computer security discipline. In 2002 Dr. Schou was selected as the Outstanding Public Servant for his sustained contributions to the academy.
In 2003, Dr. Schou was appointed as the University Professor of Informatics. University Professorships are awarded to individuals whose path breaking work crosses the boundaries of different disciplines. He has been selected twice by his college as researcher of the year and has been recognized once for his service record.