Maxim Gorbachevsky, M.S.
- Professor of Practice-Cybersecurity
- 213 ECJS Building
- School of Business & Justice
Professor Gorbachevsky teaches undergraduate and graduate courses in cybersecurity at Utica College. His main area of interest is cyber operations. Max Gorbachevsky has taught courses on information technology foundations, information security, network forensics, network security, and penetration testing.
Prior to entering academia in 2014, he worked as a research consultant at the Air Force Research Laboratory. Max is currently pursuing a Ph.D. in Cyber Operations from Dakota State University.
Bachelor of Law – Kyiv National University of Internal Affairs, Ukraine
Master of Law – Kyiv National University of Internal Affairs, Ukraine
B.S. Computer Science – Utica College
M.S. Cybersecurity – Utica College
CYB 101 - Intro into Cybersecurity
CYB 107 - Computer Hardware and Peripherals
CYB 228 - Cyber Technology for Criminal Justice
CYB 333 - Information Security
CYB 337 - Computer Network Investigations
CYB 339 - Cyber Operations Tools
CYB 362 - Information System Threats, Attacks and Defenses
CYB 438 - System Vulnerability Assessment
CYB 457 - Network Forensics
CYB 505 - Foundations of Computing for Cybersecurity
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