- Academic Director
Dr. Henry Collier is the Director of Technology Programs for Norwich University's College of Graduate and Continuing Studies.
Dr. Collier manages the online programs at CGCS which include the Master of Science in Cybersecurity program, the Master of Science in Information Systems, the Bachelor of Science in Cybersecurity and Bachelor of Science in Computer Science & Information Systems programs. His areas of research include networking and the human firewall. Dr. Collier is an internationally recognized expert in the human firewall and has published several peer reviewed articles through international venues. Currently he is leading a team of international researchers in researching how culture plays a role in susceptibility to cybercrime. Prior to coming to Norwich, he was the Program Director for Computer Technology and Cybersecurity & Healthcare IT at River Valley Community College where he rejuvenated the Cisco Networking Academy and managed a National Science Foundation Advanced Technological Education grant to develop the Cybersecurity & Healthcare IT program. Before entering the academic arena, he worked for several years in the private industry as a telecommunications/information technology specialist. Dr. Collier served six years on active duty in the Army, stationed in Korea and Kentucky, and he currently has 25 years in the Army Reserves, where he has risen to the rank of Chief Warrant Officer 3. He has a Ph.D. in Engineering with a concentration in Security from the University of Colorado Colorado Springs, a master’s degree in Managing Innovations and Information Technology from Champlain College, a bachelor's degree in Information Technology with a concentration in systems analysis and design from Granite State College and an Associates Degree in Computer Technology from River Valley Community College. In his free time, he enjoys writing short stories, riding his bike, playing the guitar, cooking, gardening, painting, and woodworking.