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Aug 9, 2017 1-2 PM EDT
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Cybercrime has evolved from individual hackers to organized criminal enterprises and nation state sponsored groups with significant resources. This has led to a significant increase in the threat to information systems and data. 

In this webinar Dr. Thomas Hyslip will highlight the latest trends and threats used by both cyber-criminals and nation states, including Ransomware, business email compromises, spear phishing, Mirai IoT Botnet, Chinese APT1, Russian APT28, and DDoS attacks. 

This webinar is presented by FPS Education Partner, Norwich University.


Norwich University’s College of Graduate and Continuing Studies offers master’s degrees, bachelor’s degree completion, certificates, and enrichment programs for working adults and lifelong learners. Designed to accommodate students’ varied work schedules and lifestyles, our programs are delivered through Norwich University Online, a virtual and highly interactive learning platform that connects Norwich’s exceptional faculty and curricula to students across the country and around the world.
About Our Presenter ...
Tom Hyslip, Resident Agent in Charge of Department of Defense;
Defense Criminal Investigative Services, Cyber Field Office, Eastern Resident Agency



Dr. Thomas Hyslip is currently the Resident Agent in Charge of the Department of Defense, Defense Criminal Investigative Service (DCIS), Cyber Field Office, Eastern Resident Agency. Prior to joining the DCIS, Dr. Hyslip was a Special Agent with the US Environmental Protection Agency, Criminal Investigation Division, and the US Secret Service. Dr. Hyslip is also a Colonel in the U.S. Army Reserves and is currently assigned as the senior Army Reserve Officer to the U.S. Army, Office of the Surgeon General, Deputy Chief of Staff for Public Health. In 2005, COL Hyslip deployed to Iraq with the 306th Military Police Battalion and earned a Bronze Star, Purple Heart, and Combat Action Badge.


Dr. Hyslip is currently an adjunct faculty member at Norwich University. He has authored three books in the Bit Wars Series on cybercrime and hacking. Dr. Hyslip received his Doctor of Science degree in Information Assurance from Capitol College, he holds a Master of Science degree from East Carolina University, and a Bachelor of Science degree from Clarkson University. Dr. Hyslip is a Certified Information System Security Professional (CISSP) and a Certified Ethical Hacker (C|EH).