Professional Lecturer of Computing Technology
Dominick began his career developing cybersecurity intelligence for The Department of Homeland Security in 2014. Since then, Dominick has held roles with large corporations, such as Pricewaterhouse Coopers and Advance Publications, consulting Fortune 500 companies on cybersecurity strategy, risk, vulnerability management, threat intelligence, application security, and incident response. This experience allows Dominick to take a practical and real-world approach to educating the next generation of cyber professionals.
He is actively pursuing a PhD in Information Science with a concentration in Information Assurance. Dominick is also a Senior Researcher with the Cyber Deception & Behavior Science Laboratory at SUNY Albany, where he explores questions at the intersection of human behavior and cybersecurity.
MS, Information Security and Digital Forensics, SUNY, The University at Albany, May 2021
MBA, SUNY, The University at Albany, May 2021
BA, Business Administration with a concentration in Information Technology Management, SUNY, The University at Albany, May 2016
BS, Accounting, SUNY, The University at Albany, May 2016
Research Interests / Areas of Focus
Vulnerability Management, Cyber Deception & Adversary Engagement, Behavioral Aspects of Insider Threats, Cybersecurity Risk Management
Foti, D., Lopez, N., Taitt, L. Malone, D., Parakh, V., Goel, S. (2022). Contextualizing Vulnerability Priority Through a Threat-Centered Approach. 17th Annual Symposium on Information Assurance. (pp. 157 – 165).