Mark Hufe serves as the Director for the Center for Cyber Security at Wilmington University. In this role he chairs the Computer & Network Security (CNS) Bachelor of Science program and oversees the program chair for the Master of Science in Information Systems Technology/Information Assurance track. As (CNS) program chair, Dr. Hufe is responsible for the curriculum and the management of instructors that teach in the program. Dr. Hufe has served on the Board for the Colloquium of Information Systems Security Education (CISSE) for the past three years, chairs the CISSE Workshop Committee, serves as the liaison to the K12 Working group and chaired the Program Committee for the CISSE 2011 Conference. In addition, Mark is a member of the Delaware Chapter of InfraGard, charter member of the Delaware Coordinating Council for the U.S. Cyber Challenge, board member of the Greater Wilmington Cyber Security Group and serves on academic advisory committees for Delaware Technical Community College and Polytech High School. Dr. Hufe is also the liaison for Wilmington University to CyberWATCH and a member of the Cyber Competition Federation. As an associate professor, Dr. Hufe has taught numerous IT and programming courses and has developed courses for both online and face to face delivery. With a background in computer science, Mark especially enjoys teaching programming courses, especially Python. His research interests include information security awareness, phishing and Raspberry Pi. Dr. Hufe received his Bachelor of Science in Computer Science from Hofstra University in 1982, his Master of Science in Computer Science from Stevens Institution of Technology in 1994 and most recently his Doctor of Education in Organizational Leadership in 2014.