A student at Penn State University is planning to quit after two years of graduate school to pursue a career in cybersecurity.
In an article published in The American Conservatives, Michael A. Poulin says he wants to start a new life in cybersecurity after completing his bachelor’s degree in 2017.
“I have a great desire to pursue my own career and get out there and make a difference in the world,” he wrote.
“There is no better way to accomplish this than to complete my degree and go to work.”
In an interview with CNN’s “State of the Union” this past January, Pouline said he was planning to take a position with the National Security Agency.
He said he is a computer scientist and is looking to build the foundation for a future cybersecurity career.
Proulin was born in Baltimore, Maryland, and graduated from Towson University in Baltimore in 2005.
He went to Penn State with a degree in Computer Science, where he worked on cybersecurity issues.
Pounlin earned his bachelor of science degree in 2016 from Penn State, which he earned with a thesis titled “The Next Generation of Cybersecurity.”
He is a co-founder of the cybersecurity nonprofit PennSec and a professor at Towson.
He started a cybersecurity company called Digital Security Associates in 2016.
He says he will be moving to a new home in Baltimore after completing the degree.
“My goal is to work with my new home city to help them take a look at how we can provide a better experience for people who are moving to Baltimore,” Poulyn said.
We want to be able to support them and provide them with the opportunities they need.” “
The goal is that people can see that Baltimore is a good place to live, that we have an opportunity to improve their lives.
We want to be able to support them and provide them with the opportunities they need.”
Poulins plan to start his own company, Cybersecurity Inc., and help the Maryland tech community build a cybersecurity ecosystem.
“It’s going to be a little bit different for me than where I live,” he said.
He will also be working with Maryland’s legislature to help make sure the state is a center of innovation in cybersecurity, according to The American Council on Education.
The council has previously praised Maryland for its “strong cybersecurity leadership” and its “unique and inclusive cyber culture.”
Pounlins plans to travel to Maryland for a “private and informal” conversation with lawmakers.
He is currently in talks with Maryland Gov.
Larry Hogan about joining a new cybersecurity group that would provide the state with more opportunities for innovation.
“They want to get in touch with me, because it’s really important for Maryland to become a leader in cybersecurity,” Pounin said.