John Jay College of Criminal Justice
The City University of New York
Mathematics & Computer Science Department
524 West 59th Street
New York, NY 10019

       

Recent Courses

Graduate Students

  • Mathew Cheng
    (December 2014)
    M.S. Digital Forensics & Security
    Adware and Malware in Online Advertising

  • Emilio Tatis
    (December 2014)
    Botnets and Cybercrime: Current and Future Security Concerns

  • Stephen McNamara
    (August 2014)
    GIVE: A Graphical User Interface to the Volatility Environmet

  • Paul Gallo (August 2011)
    M.S. Forensic Computing
    IPAD Forensics and Security

  • Eman Abdu (June 2009)
    Ph.D Computer Science
    CUNY Graduate Center
    Categorical Data Clustering

  • Jonathan Kaeuper (June 2009)
    M.S. Criminal Justice
    Cyberterrorism

  • Mark Frankel (August 2008)
    M.S. Forensic Computing
    Web 2.0 Vulnerabilities

Research Projects

Some Papers, Reports and Presentations

College Activities

NASA CIPA Cluster Computing Project
(2001-2004)

 

Douglas E. Salane

Professor and Chair
Mathematics & Computer Science Department

Graduate Faculty in Forensic Computing

Director
Center for Cybercrime Studies

phone: 212 237-8920
fax: 212 237-8742
email: dsalane@jjay.cuny.edu

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