University of New Haven
Purdue University, 2002, BSc, Computer and Information Technology and 2005, MSc, Computer and Information Technology and 2009, PhD, Computer and Information Technology, Cybersecurity & Forensics
Main area of research is in Cyber Forensics. His work focuses on creating tools and techniques that enable the extraction of digital evidence in a scientific and legal manner. He has also catalyzed broadening participation and workforce development initiatives in K-12, as well as at the college level.
Internationally recognized for seminal contributions in AI forensics, drone forensics, mobile forensics, network forensics, memory forensics, and for leading student researchers that uncovered vulnerabilities in applications that affect people worldwide. For his broadening participation and workforce development initiatives in computing and cybersecurity.