Faculty, Computer Science
Richland College 

Zoltan Szabo has taught at Richland College since 2000, and in addition to teaching Computer Science courses served as the program coordinator for the Digital Forensics program and as a network support specialist III at the college. Related professional experience includes serving as a forensic analyst in the cybercrime unit of the Police Department of Tulsa, Oklahoma. 

He holds an associate degree from Richland College; a bachelor's degree in computer science from the University of Texas at Dallas; and a master's degree with a major in computer science and minor in forensics from the University of Tulsa, Oklahoma. He served as a guest speaker in Oklahoma's state-wide cyber security seminar from 2007-2009, and at a 2010 Cisco Networking conference in Frisco,  in 2010. 

Certifications includes Access Data's ACE; Guidance's EnCase; ComTIA's A+, Network+ and Security+; Cisco's CCNA and CCAI-academy instructor; Sun Microsystem's SCSA; and RedHat's RHCA.