Erich Spengler is the Director for the Center for System Security and Information Assurance, based at Moraine Valley CC. Erich is a Professor of Computer Integrated Technologies at Moraine Valley and has been teaching Cisco Academy courses for over 15 years. Erich is an ITQ-certified instructor for Cisco Academy. Erich is an active CISSP and has helped dozens of others earn the CISSP designation.
Erich has over 25 years of professional experience in IT systems and security. Erich’s Center has trained over 1000 faculty since 2003 in VMware, CyberSecurity, Cisco, EMC, and Linux.
In his downtime, Erich enjoys spending time with his wife and two daughters.
Wayne Lewis wears three hats: Cisco Academy Manager for the Pacific Center for Advanced Technology Training, NetAcad Contact for the Central Pacific Academy Support and Instructor Training Center, and Professor at Honolulu Community College. Okay . . . four hats: Wayne teaches calculus, linear algebra, and differential equations at the University of Hawaii at Manoa.
Honolulu CC has been an instructor training center for Cisco Academy since 1998, and its instructors are responsible for training many of the initial cohorts of Cisco Academy instructors in countries throughout Asia, Europe, and the Americas. Wayne has been involved in curriculum development and assessment for Cisco Academy since 1999.
Wayne spends his free time doing math (representation theory, algebraic geometry, and several complex variables) and watching marathon sessions of TV series with his family (their favorites to rewatch are South Park, The Office, Monty Python, and Lost).