Demetrice Rogers is an adjunct professor within the Tulane University School of Professional Advancement. Demetrice has been active in the Information Technology and Cybersecurity realm for over 15 years. He is currently serving as an active-duty Air Force Cyber Warfare Operator, responsible for protecting the Air Force Information Network. Before his current assignment as a Cyber Operations Planner, Demetrice was an instructor for both the Cyber Warfare Operations course and the Undergraduate Cyberspace Training course at Keesler Air Force Base, Miss. Demetrice has amassed over 4,200 hours of instructional experience and faculty development training and education. Demetrice holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Applied Computer Science from Troy University and a Master of Science Degree in Cybersecurity Management and Policy from Embry-Riddle University.
Demetrice holds several industry-related certifications including:
-GIAC Certified Forensic Analyst (GCFA)
-GIAC Certified Incident Handler (GCIH)
-GIAC Certified Exploit Researcher and Advanced Penetration Tester (GXPN)
-Cisco Certified CyberOps Associate
Areas of Expertise (6)
Colorado Technical College: Doctor of Science, Computer Science 2023
Embry-Riddle University: Master of Science, Cybersecurity Management & Policy 2019
Troy University: Bachelor of Science, Applied Computer Science 2015
Magna Cum Laude
Media Appearances (7)
Cybercrime, scams, and malware are just a few of the dangers on the Dark Web.
Audacy - KCBS Radio online
Operating with with anonymity and robust protections, criminals form cyber crime rings are able to steal, buy and sell sensitive data and information from individuals, businesses and in some cases government agencies. For more, Liz Saint-John spoke with Demetrice Rogers, Cybersecurity Professional and Adjunct Professor at Tulane University School of Professional Advancement.
CSO: US feds stress urgent MOVEit platform patching after attacks hit agencies
CSO United States online
“I feel like this specific attack could be one of the largest cyberattacks that we've had in quite a while, if not the largest that we've experienced,” Demetrice Rogers, cybersecurity specialist and adjunct professor at Tulane University, tells CSO.
Louisiana big data breach: personal safety appeal
Demetrice Rogers, a cybersecurity expert and adjunct professor at Tulane University's School of Professional Advancement, expressed her concern about the sharing of personal data of Louisianans on the dark web, following a large data breach.
Huge Louisiana OMV hack highlights cybersecurity weaknesses: 'We're in the wild, wild west'
Nola.com | The New Orleans Advocate online
Analysts say the hackers could be members of a Russian-speaking extortion group called CL0P. The perpetrators are using the "dark web" — part of the internet not accessible with common search engines — to list which organizations they’ve infiltrated and what kinds of information they obtained, said Demetrice Rogers, a cybersecurity analyst and professor at Tulane University.
Cybersecurity expert explains how hackers use the ‘dark web’; offers consumer tips
WVUE-TV (Fox 8 New Orleans) tv
Demetrice Rogers has focused on cybersecurity for years and as an adjunct professor at Tulane University’s School of Professional Advancement, he gets to share his expertise.
TikTok data privacy concerns push companies to review their social media strategies
“Organizations are turning to popular social media applications like TikTok for advertising purposes,” an adjunct professor in the Tulane University School of Professional Advancement, Demetrice Rogers, stated.
TikTok data privacy issues prompt need for social media plan
"Organizations are turning to popular social media applications like TikTok for advertising purposes," said Demetrice Rogers, adjunct professor in the Tulane University School of Professional Advancement.