Michelle Tarbutton is an assistant teaching professor at CCI and teaches in the BS in Computing & Security Technology program, including cybersecurity, computer forensics and cloud security courses.
Tarbutton graduated cum laude with a MS in Cybersecurity from Drexel in 2018. During this time, Michelle served as team captain of the Drexel CyberDragons, helping the team to place 4th out of 28 teams at Regionals for the 2017 MidAtlantic Collegiate Cyber Defense Competition. Before earning her master's degree, Michelle worked in the IT industry for managed services providers and IT training camps. She also attended Drexel as an undergraduate student, graduating with a BSBA from LeBow College of Business, and received an athletic scholarship to play Division 1 tennis for the Dragons. Tarbutton holds many cybersecurity, forensics and Linux certifications including Certified Ethical Hacker, Security+, Forensic Toolkit ACE, Computer Hacking Forensics Investigator, and Linux+, among others.
Cybersecurity, Computer Forensics, Memory Forensics, Cyberterrorism
- MS, Cybersecurity & Graduate Minor in Computer Science, Drexel University
- BSBA, Marketing, Drexel University