Dr. Jason M. Pittman is a collegiate faculty member at University of Maryland Global Campus where he serves in the School of Cybersecurity and Technology. He recently served as an associate professor at High Point University in the computer science department. Previously, he was at California State Polytechnic University (Pomona) and Capitol Tech. University. Pittman holds a Bachelor of Arts in English Literature with a secondary in Biology from Malone College. He received his Master of Science in network security and Doctor of Science in information assurance from Capitol College.

His areas of expertise are cybersecurity and artificial intelligence. His research interests include secure cloud architectures, artificial immune systems for cyber network defense, and information privacy. He brings with him ten years of experience at other academic institutions as well as more than 15 years of industry experience. The majority of these years have been spent at tech focused startups, most notably as Vice President of Security Research and Development at Silent Circle. He is an active scholar with over a hundred books, essays, journal articles, invited lectures, and conference presentations, collectively in his portfolio.