Executive Director of Academic Computing Services, Adams 12 Five Star Schools

Erik Moore is the Executive Director of Academic Computing Services for Adams 12 Five Star Schools, a 40,000 student school district north of Denver, Colorado. Erik is responsible for the regional fiber optic network, data center service availability, field engineering, and cyber security.

Erik still teaches a range of graduate cyber security classes at Regis University where he previously served as Co-Director for the Front Range Center on Information Assurance, designated a Center of Academic Excellence by the US National Security Agency.

Erik's professional activities include work as the Co-Vice Chair of the International Federation of Information Processing society's working group 11.8, promoting information security education across the globe and contributing new research regularly to that body of knowledge.  In his presentation last summer in Moscow, he introduced models for reducing the disruptive impact of cyber conflict and technological change.

Earlier activities included working as Associate Dean of Engineering and Information Technology at DeVry University, contributing as an Editorial Board Member of "IT Security Magazine" published by The Russian Ministry of Education and Science's National Research Nuclear University, evaluating grants for the US Department of Education, teaching fine arts in Tokyo, Japan, and running a gallery in Salzburg, Austria. His primary non-profit work as president of Center for a Reasoning Society is devoted to improving reasoning in personal and societal decision-making.