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UTSA names Frederick Chang AT&T Distinguished Chair in Infrastructure Assurance and Security




UTSA names Frederick Chang AT&T Distinguished Chair in Infrastructure Assurance and Security
UTSA names Frederick Chang AT&T Distinguished Chair in Infrastructure Assurance and Security



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http://business.utsa.edu/news/2010/att_chair.aspx 

June 29, 2010

(San Antonio) =E2=80=94 The University of Texas at San Antonio (UTSA) announced 
today the appointment of Frederick R. Chang, as the inaugural AT&T 
Distinguished Chair in Infrastructure Assurance and Security in the UTSA 
College of Business. Chang joins UTSA from UT-Austin where he currently 
serves as the associate dean of information technology for the College 
of Natural Sciences and as director of the Center for Information 
Assurance and Security. Chang will assume his role Aug. 18.

Recognized as a leading expert in cybersecurity, Chang's 30-year 
technology career included positions as director of research at the 
National Security Agency and president of technology strategy for SBC 
Communications. Chang is a member of the Commission on Cyber Security 
for the 44th Presidency, and he is a former member of the Computer 
Science and Telecommunications Board of the National Academies. He has 
also been awarded the National Security Agency Director=E2=80=99s Distinguished 
Service Medal.

"The appointment of Dr. Fred Chang solidifies the college's information 
assurance and security program as one of the premier information 
security programs in the country," said College of Business Dean Lynda 
de la Vina. "His broad expertise and leadership in information assurance 
and cybersecurity will elevate the college's research efforts and 
stimulate research activity with our junior faculty and doctoral 
students."

Chang will also serve as director of the information assurance security 
program and professor in the Department of Information Systems and 
Technology Management in the College of Business. He is charged with 
leading the college's information assurance program, managing research 
labs and developing strategic partnerships locally, regionally and 
nationally.

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