Ken Zatyko

Ken Zatyko
Joined JCC
Science, Technology, Engineering, & Mathematics
Primary Campus
Jamestown Campus
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Director, Computer and Information Sciences; Instructor, Cybersecurity and Computer Technology

I am the director of computer and information sciences at Jamestown Community College, as well as cybersecurity instructor. I have previously been an adjunct professor at Johns Hopkins University, Anne Arundel Community College, and Weber State University.

Cybersecurity may be the fastest-growing career field today, with the Bureau of Labor Statistics estimating that the field will grow 28 percent between 2016 and 2026 (average growth for all jobs is about 7 percent). My favorite aspect of my job is platform instruction. I encourage students to consider taking a computer science course or digital forensics seminar. I enjoy managing an Air BnB in Bemus Point, New York, boating, playing golf, and snow skiing.


Crime in Commerce
George Washington University

Military Operational Art and Science
Air Command and Staff College

Computer and Information Sciences/Business Administration
Mansfield University of Pennsylvania


Academic Interests
  • Extensive knowledge in cybersecurity, blockchain, data breaches, digital forensics/cloud forensics, insider threats, procurement, and lab accreditation
  • Managed the largest, accredited, internationally recognized, computer forensics laboratory for the Pentagon forming the Department of Defense Cyber Crime Center (DC3)
  • Thirty-two years of experience stems from work at both large & small commercial and government organizations including national cyber centers (DHS, DoD, FBI, and NSA).
  • Twenty years of experience as an Air Force Special Agent leading cybercrime investigations, fraud, counterintelligence, and antiterrorism
  • Extensive world-wide travel


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