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About DC Grant

D.C. Grant is an information technology and cyber security instructor at the University of Washington in Tacoma. He graduated magna-cum-laude from the University of Washington with a BS in Information Technology in 2012. He was a National Science Foundation Cyber Corps Scholarship recipient from through the University of Washington Center for Information Assurance and Cybersecurity, and received the Master of Infrastructure Planning and Management from University of Washington in 2014.
D.C. has over 25 years of information technology industry experience, including in operations management, information assurance, consulting and systems engineering. He has worked in various industries including manufacturing, machine tools, industrial supply, software development, service sector, import-export, state government and banking. He has worked extensively in network and data center operations management and in consulting roles for several well-known companies. He has been CISSP and CISM certified since 2004, is an IEEE, ACM and ISSA member, and is president of the Mt. Rainier ISACA Chapter. His research interests include intelligent grid-connected hydrogen-oxygen power storage and development of a cyber security immune system response to protect critical infrastructure systems.


Present Full-Time Lecturer, University of Washington Tacoma Institute of Technology