Paul Wang is a Professor and Chair of Computer Science at Morgan State University. He is a LINK fellow and has held positions as the TSYS Endowed Chair in Cybersecurity by a $5 million endorsement, Director of Center for Security Studies with more than 3,000 cyber students, and Chief Information and Technology Officer (CIO/CTO) of the National Biomedical Research Foundation. He has been a consultant to many companies and serves on multiple boards and government and private sector technology committees. Paul was directly involved in drafting of the National Initiatives of Cybersecurity Education (NICE) framework. His research areas are quantum crypto, secure architecture, IoT/CPS, and video indexing.
In addition to books, referred publications, conference speakers and numeral grant activities including recent grants from NSF and NSA, Paul has four patents; three of them have been licensed to the industry. Paul Wang received his Ph.D. under Dr. Robert Ledley, the inventor of body CT scanner in 2004.