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George Bailey

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George Bailey is an IT security professional with over 15 years of experience. George is currently employed at Ivy Tech Community College as the senior security engineer. George’s role at Ivy Tech relates to IT policy formulation, security architecture, and risk assessment. His areas of expertise include network security, remote access, wireless security, and digital forensics. George has presented at many security conferences and is routinely published in academic journals. George currently holds the Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) credential, among other IT security related certifications. He has BS and MS degrees in Technology and is actively pursuing a PhD at Purdue University.

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