Dr. Ibrahim (Abe) Baggili
"Personality Pathology Within Community Corrections: Epidemiology, Risk and Treatment Implications"
Wednesday, February 18, 2015 at 2:00 p.m. Marvin K. Peterson Library, Upper Level
This talk will examine the state-of-the-art in cyber forensics, the nature of this infant field, where we are in this domain and the challenges that lie ahead. In the talk, Dr. Baggili will provide examples of the research projects he is currently undertaking with his student, and explore opportunities for future research. The rest of the time will be dedicated to a question and answer session.
Dr. Ibrahim (Abe) Baggili is an Assistant Professor of Computer Science at the Tagliatela
College of Engineering, Department of Computer & Electrical Engineering and Computer
Science at the University of New Haven in CT, USA. He is also the Director and founder
of the University of New Haven’s Cyber Forensics Research and Education Group / Lab
(UNHcFREG/L – http://www.unhcfreg.com). Currently, he serves as the editor-in-chief of the Journal of Digital Forensics,
Security and Law (http://www.jdfsl.org), and holds the designation of the University of New Haven Research Scholar. Prior
to that, he was the director of the Advanced Cyber Forensics Research Laboratory (ACFRL)
in the College of Technological Innovation at Zayed University, Abu Dhabi, UAE. Before
that he was at Purdue University where he was a Graduate Lecturer and a researcher
at the Center for Education and Research in Information Assurance and Security (CERIAS),
and the Cyber Forensics Laboratory. Abe, with his students, has published many research
papers and has international experience in industry and entrepreneurship where he
has led the formation of two startup companies. His work has been featured worldwide
in media outlets in over 20 languages.
Abe’s research includes cyber forensics from technical, social, and psychological perspectives, and finding ways of improving the scientific validity of the field. He has worked closely with law enforcement and published work on real challenges facing cybercriminal investigators, and has presented and chaired conferences worldwide. He has also lead numerous research projects such as: the effect of anonymity and integrity on cyber engagement, authorship attribution of SMS messages, iPhone forensics, volatile memory forensics, e-mail forensics, computer event reconstruction, standardization of digital evidence and the forensics of social networking applications on mobile devices.
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