Gupta College of Business Announces New Members for Cybersecurity Advisory Council


The University of Dallas – Satish and Yasmin Gupta College of Business recently announced a new team of cybersecurity advisory council members which will serve as advisors to the college and help design the school’s cybersecurity program.

“We are pleased to welcome our newest members,” said Sandra Blanke, Ph.D., CISSP and Cybersecurity Program Director. “Their insight and expertise will give us an insider perspective on industry needs so the Gupta College of Business can continue being a leader in practice-based business education.”

The new members will be Steven Bulitt; P. Christian Nielsen, MBA ’96; Matthew Ancelin, MS ’13; Paul Bible, MS ’12; John South, MBA ’97; Kai Axford, MBA ’09; Ryan Schreck, MS ’11 and Brian Wrozek, MBA ’08.

Steven Bulitt, who currently serves as the vice president of cyber forensics and investigation for NTT Security, will serve as the executive cyber council member.

Nielsen, a Gupta College of Business affiliate assistant professor and security consultant, graduated with an MBA in telecommunications management from UD in 1996 and a Ph.D. in computer and information science form Nova Southeastern University. Most recently, Nielsen held a role as information technology manager at Verizon Communications Inc.

Ancelin is a current network security specialist for Palo Alto Networks, supporting pre-sales engagements and network security assessments through the use of firewall technology.

Paul Bible serves as director of custom development and software architecture for Dave & Buster’s in Dallas, overseeing development of all internet and intranet sites.

John South, currently serving as a consultant to the Financial Services Information Sharing and Analysis Center, has been recognized for his legal, compliance and regulation expertise, and currently holds a role as adjunct professor at UD.

Kai Axford is the senior manager of global information security policies at PepsiCo, leading a team responsible for ensuring risk management policies and strategies are in line with applicable regulations. He earned an MBA in cybersecurity form UD in 2009.

Schreck is an experienced software engineer with experience in front end, server side and back-end ETL development. A UD adjunct professor, Schreck earned an MS in cybersecurity from UD in 2011.

Wrozek is the current managing executive director for the Office of the Chief Information Security Officer at Optiv Inc. He currently serves as an adjunct professor at UD and earned an MBA in cybersecurity from the university in 2008.


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