Joshua Dwight

School: School of Science, Engineering & Technology
Department: Information Technology
Position: Lecturer
Location: RMIT Hanoi city
Phone: 0981747514

Joshua Dwight completed his PhD at the University of the Cumberlands, a MSc at Seattle Pacific University, and an MBA at Louisiana State University. His research interests lie in the interconnection between cybersecurity and business particularly in the area of cyber fraud. He taught previously at City University of Seattle and has guest lectured at the Banking Academy of Vietnam and Shenzhen Polytechnic University. Before his pursuit of academia, worked in industry for over a decade.

  • PhD 2022 University of the Cumberlands Information Technology: Role of Fraud Analytics in Cyber Incident Response
  • MBA 2018 Louisiana State University General Management
  • MSc 2010 Seattle Pacific University Information Systems Management
  • BA 2005 Whitworth University International Business and Accountancy
  • PMP Certification – Project Management Institute
  • ITILv3 Certification – Exin
  • Six Sigma and Lean Certificate – Dartmouth College
  • Information Technology
  • Cyber Security

Cybercrime, cyber security, Information Technology, Cyber fraud, Information Management

Experimental Learning Author

Co-developed an operations management simulation with CapSim (

President’s Award for Excellence in Teaching 2019 (City University of Seattle)

Experience in business, technology, and learning and development.

  • October 2022 – Present: RMIT-Vietnam - Lecturer
  • December 2015 – September 2022: City University of Seattle - Associate Lecturer
  • January 2020 – May 2022: Merchant Risk Council - Senior Program Manager of Learning and Development
  • August 2018 – December 2019: Washington Technology University - Adjunct lecturer cyber security
  • July 2011 – May 2018: Costco Wholesale - Technical Program Manager – eCommerce
  • November 2009 – March 2011: Washington Federal Bank - Information Systems Auditor
  • June 2008 – July 2009: Boeing Commercial Airplanes - Industrial Engineering Analyst
  • October 2006 – December 2007: United States Department of Justice - Systems Accountant