Department: Department of Computer
Science and Information Systems
Bryan Reagan is a traditional, lifelong academic who
has professionally taught students ranging from ninth graders to
graduate students since his time as a teaching assistant in 1998.
In addition, he has private sector experience in diverse
environments, including Engineering and TQM in the steel industry,
statistical analysis for an investigative accounting firm, and IT
work in a powerful Chicago law firm. Before coming to Saint Leo he
spent two years teaching Mathematics and Computer Skills to
underprivileged children in rural Florida.
Teaching & Professional
Bryan Reagan’s research interests include the
mathematical foundations of Cryptology and Cryptography; Databases
and Algorithms for Big Data; Databases in general; Database
Security; Data mining and Analytics; Decision Support Systems; Game
Mechanics and Game Theory; Information Security; and Networks.
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