Edward G. Amoroso, M.S. ’86, Ph.D. ’92, a respected expert in the field of cybersecurity for the past 25 years, has just released his fifth book on the topic. In “Cyber Attacks: Protecting National Infrastructure,’’ Mr. Amoroso discusses the point that the current level of security is “not useless, but certainly not addressing the threats we see on a daily basis.’’ Mr. Amoroso offers solutions in his latest book, such as separating internal assets rather than giving criminals “one stop” to access valuable information. For the past 20 years, he has been an adjunct professor at Stevens and is senior vice president and chief security officer for AT&T. In February 2011, he led a discussion on campus titled, “Protecting National Infrastructure From Cyber Attack.” During his two-decade teaching career at Stevens, Mr. Amoroso said he has seen a rise in cybersecurity interest among his students.