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

  • 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


Douglas E. Salane

Professor and Chair
Mathematics & Computer Science Department

Graduate Faculty in Forensic Computing

Center for Cybercrime Studies

phone: 212 237-8920
fax: 212 237-8742

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