ProfileWilliam (Bill) Butler is the Chair of the Cyber and Information Security program and the Director of the Critical Infrastructures and Cyber Protection Center (CICPC) at Capitol Technology University. He is a Professor of Information Assurance (IA) at Capitol Technology University, and has designed curriculum and taught extensively at the undergraduate, graduate and doctoral levels on subjects such as IA, computer and network security, applied wireless network security, space system engineering, and cloud network and services design. Butler has been the principal investigator for the DoD Information Assurance Scholarship Program (IASP), a major contributor to the CyberWatch IA Curriculum Taskforce for 2Y and 4Y Programs and the NIST Cloud Computing Security Working Group (CCSWG), and the co-investigator for the AE/IAE Space Systems Engineering Simulation & Modeling (1st Hybrid Course combining IA with AE students). His professional certifications include a certificate in Computer Information Security Officer (CISO) and a National Defense University (NDU) Certificate. He is certified as an Information System Security Professional, Senior Systems Manager, System Certifier and Risk Analyst. He has presented for NASA, the Society for college and University Planning and at the CyberWatch Community College Cyber Summit, and has contributed to articles on cloud computing security and cyber intelligence. Butler received a BS in Computer Science from Brenau University, an MS in Strategic Studies from US Army War College and an MS in Telecommunications Management from the University of Maryland, as well as an MS Certificate in Project Management from George Washington University. . He is currently a candidate for a DSc in Information Assurance with a cybercrime analytics concentration from Capitol Technology University.