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Profile: Dr. Marcus Rogers

Dr. Rogers is a professor specializing in the area of Cyber Forensics. He is also a faculty member with the Center for Education and Research in Information Assurance and Security (CERIAS). Dr. Rogers is a Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP), a former Senior Lead Instructor for (ISC)2, a member of the QA team for the SSCP and CISSP certifications and the co-author of the Law Investigation and Ethics section of the CISSP CBK Review Course. He is also a former police detective with a background in computer crime investigations. His area of interests include Applied Computer Forensics, Cybercrime Scene Analysis, and Cyber-terrorism. He has authored several book chapters, and articles in the area of computer forensics and forensic psychology. Dr. Rogers is the Editor-in Chief of the Journal of Digital forensic Practice and sits on the editorial board for several international journals. He is a frequent speaker at international and national information assurance and security conferences, and guest lectures at various universities throughout the world.

Education Background:

PhD (Forensic Psychology), University of Manitoba MB, 2001
MA (Psychology), University of Manitoba MB, 1995
BA (Psychology/Criminology), University of Manitoba MB, 1986