PhD Information Security, Capella University, 2011
MS Network Communications and Management, Keller Graduate School of Management, 2008
BS Inter-networking Technology, Stayer University, 2005
Dr. Gregory D Gleghorn currently serves as the Director of Information Security for the University of North Carolina School of the Arts. He also holds the following certifications, CISM, CISSP, CCNP-RS, and CCPN-SEC. He has been employed in the IT/IS industry for over 20 years. He has also taught IT/IS for over 8 years. He served in the military (Marine Corps) for 8 eight years. He is a continuous learner and practitioner and enjoys giving back what he has learned over his years of experience. He also enjoy learning from his interactions with students.
Gleghorn, G and Gordon, J. (2012). “A Quantitative Examination of Perceived Promotablity of Information Security Professionals with Vendor-Specific Certifications vs. Vendor-Neutral Certifications.” Research in Business and Economics Journal.
Harper, Z. Jin., and G. Gleghorn, “Do these stock markets move together? An empirical study on India and its major trading partners”, Academy of Accounting and Financial Studies Journal, 2012, 17, 2. 33-40.
Gleghorn, G. (2014). Logistics and Supply Chain Management and the Impact of Information Systems, Business Competence of IT Professionals: Critical Skills Analysis filling the Expectancy Gap: A Literature Review, chapters 15 and 16, Technology, Innovation, and Enterprise Transformation, IGI Global publication.