CCS Researchers

CCS Researchers

Eman Abdu, Ph.D., CUNY Postdoctoral Researcher, Center for Cybercrime Studies. Research Interests: categorical data clustering, incident based crime reporting systems, large scale database systems, FBI National Incident Based Reporting System (NIBRS).

Spiridon Bakiras Associate Professor, Mathematics & Computer Science Dept. and Ph.D. Program in Computer Science, CUNY Graduate Center. Research Interests: security and privacy in database systems, applied cryptography, computer/network forensics, location-based services, mobile and pervasive computing.

Thomas J. Holt, Professor, School of Criminal Justice, Michigan State University. Research Interests: computer hacking, malware, the role that technology and the Internet play in facilitating all manner of crime and deviance. Founding member the Spartan Devils Honeynet Project, member of the editorial board of the International Journal of Cyber-Criminology, and author of Digital Crime and Digital Terror, 2nd Edition.

Ping Ji, Professor, Mathematics & Computer Science Dept. and Ph.D. Program in Computer Science, CUNY Graduate Center. Research Interests: criminal investigations involving mobile systems, information assurance and computer forensics, computer and mobile networks. Principal investigator, Computer Networks and Mobile Systems Security Research Lab.

Jin Woo Kim, Associate Professor, Mathematics & Computer Science Dept. Research Interests: digital forensics, network security, cryptography, embedded systems, mobile system forensics, human-computer interaction

Marie-Helen Maras, Associate Professor, Department of Security, Fire, and Emergency Management. Prof. Maras has a DPhil in Law and an MPhil in Criminology and Criminal Justice from the University of Oxford as well as an undergraduate degree in Computer information Science. She has published major works on counter terrorism, surveillance of electronic communications, and computer forensics. Research Interests: cyber security, risk analysis, terrorism, counterterrorism, and transnational security issues.

Nasir Memon, Professor, Computer Science Department, Polytechnic Institute of New York University. Research Interests: Digital forensics, data compression, computer and network security, and multimedia computing and security. Director, Information Systems and Internet Security (ISIS) Lab at NYU Polytechnic.

Evan Misshula, Ph.D. candidate, Criminal Justice Program, John Jay College. Adjunct Lecturer, Mathematics & Computer Science Department, teaches courses in Statistics and Computer Security Research Interests: Prisoner reentry, economics of post incarceration, data mining for threat classification and risk analysis.

Adina Schwartz, Professor; Dept. of Law, Police Science & Criminal Justice Administration and The CUNY Graduate Center Research Interests: The relations between law, technology, and science; Fourth Amendment and statutory protections of privacy; the tension and relations between the globalized nature of cybercrime and the local nature of law.

Adam S. Wandt, Instructor, Department of Public Management, Master of Public Administration and Master of Forensic Computing Program. Research Interests: technology law and policy, information security, digital forensics, online privacy, mobile security, FBI UCR and crime data, academic technology.

Kin Wong, Website Administrator. MSc in D4CS candidate and Incident Response Analyst at B4N.CO. Research interests: Digi