M. E. Kabay, PhD, CISSP-ISSMP

Specializing in Operations Management, Information Assurance and Applied Statistics.

Professor of Computer Information Systems | BSCSIA Program
School of Business and Management | College of Professional Schools | Norwich University

Consultant in operations and security management.
Acting Chief Technical Officer (CTO) of Adaptive Cyber Security Instruments, Inc. (ACSI).

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LATEST FILE UPDATES:

July 2013: Narrated PowerPoint PPTX file demonstrating how to create course schedules in Outlook and in Excel.

January 2013:

Free applied statistics textbook for QM213 and anyone else interested (PDF)

Frequently Corrected Errors (guide for checking technical writing) updated to v18 with entry about plethora.

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Updated 2014-03-12