Information Security
Databases
CMMI
HIPAA


 

 

College of Business & Economics

Ludwig Slusky
Professor of Information Systems, CISSP


Office: Simpson Tower 618
Phone: 323-3432922 (please do not leave messages, instead send an email)
Email: lslusky@calstatela.edu

http://www.calstatela.edu/faculty/lslusky


Professor of Information Systems

Certified Computer Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP)

Faculty Lab Administrator of Unix Lab

Director of CNISS


"Thinking rather than identifying makes learning a fun. Enjoy it!"


TEACHING INTERESTS

Currently: Computer Information Systems Security, Healthcare Information Privacy and Security, Database (DB) and data warehousing (DW) design and administration, object-oriented e-development (OOAD) with UML, e-business (eB) and e-learning (eL).

New teaching interest: CMMI and Healthcare Information Privacy and Security
In the past: programming in C++, Cobol, Basic; Systems Analysis and Design; E-Commerce and other subjects.

All courses are supported online using WebCT at http://www.calstatela.edu/academic/aa/ess/webct/ 


RESEARCH INTERESTS AND EXPERIENCE

The current research interests parallel the areas of teaching: Computer Information Systems Security/Internet Security and Healthcare Information Privacy and Security, with addition of Capability Maturity Model® Integration (CMMI) and databases.
The professional training covered such software products and methodologies as Information Security (Carnegie Mellon/SEI, Vigilar), CMMI (Carnegie Mellon/SEI), Oracle (Oracle, Designer), Rational Software (Rational Rose), Sun (Solaris), Sterling Software (COOL), Microsoft, Parametric Technology Corp.(Windchill) and in early years products from Computer Associates/ADR (Ideal), Texas Instruments (IEF), Cullinet, Datacom.
The industry experience includes design and maintenance of manufacturing, financial, and insurance applications for various corporations, and recently healthcare applications.
The consulting experience includes evaluation of programs in Economics and Business for Eurasia Foundation, consulting for Citizens Development Corporation (Washington, D.C.), and others.
The teaching experience, in addition to teaching at CSLA, includes Fulbright professorship with international exposure and organizing international distance learning (e-learning) for oversees students through the Center for NIS Studies (CNISS).


EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND

Ph.D. Computer Information Systems 1968
Academy of Municipal Economy, Moscow

MS Mechanical Engineering 1961
Bauman Institute of Technology, Moscow


SCHEDULE OF CLASSES

For schedule of classes and office hours, please see the CSLA catalog.

Winter Quarter 2008 SCHEDULE

Course

Sect.No

Title

Units

Day & Time

Room

Requirements

CIS405A

01

Database Design

4

MW 11:40-1:20pm

SHC344

Online in part

CIS405A

02

Database Design

4

MW 4:20-6:00pm

SHC344

Online in part

CIS454/528

04/01

Security w/Wireless

4

M 6:10-10:00pm

SHC344

Special course

Note to the students of CIS405A: This course is Online Distance Learning Course. See specific requirements for this course.

To enroll in the class: Follow the regular enrollment procedure and sign-on WebCT (must !).


OFFICE HOURS Winter Quarter 2008

Day

Time

Monday

3:30 - 4:20pm

Wednesday

1:30 - 4:20pm

 

 

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