- Information Systems and Quantitative Analysis, Assistant Professor
Deanna House, PhD, is an Assistant Professor in the Information Systems & Quantitative Analysis department in the College of Information Science and Technology. She graduated from the University of Texas at Arlington with a PhD in Information Systems. Deanna worked in Human Resources as a Business Systems Analyst prior to her time in academia. Her research interests are related to the behavioral aspects of cybersecurity and the protective and preventative measures performed by users and organizations. She has published in journals such as Computers & Security, Behaviour and Information Technology, Applied Economics, and Journal of Information Technology Case and Application Research and presented at conferences such as International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS), Americas Conference on Information Systems (AMCIS), Decision Sciences Institute (DSI), Southern AIS, and The Lilly Conference. Deanna also presents at the regional and national level on topics related to the intersection of technology and ethics.
MIS; Systems Analysis and Design; Information Assurance;
Behavioral Information Security; Social Engineering; Organizational Risk; Critical Infrastructure;
Other, Iowa Western Community College, Computer Programming, 1999
BS, Bellevue University, Management of Human Resources, 2002
MS, University of Nebraska at Omaha, MIS, 2006
Ph D, University of Texas at Arlington, Information Systems, Operations Management, 2013