Events 2012-2013

Events 2012-2013

Academic Year July 2012-June 2013

The CUNY High Performance Computing Center
HPCC web site
Speaker: Paul Muzio, Director
Date: June, 26, 2013
Room: 1.129 - morning session, D4CS lab - afternoon session
Topics: HPCC overview, MPI programming, USING GPUs, CAF and UPC programming
Event organized by Prof. Bilal Kahn, Math & CS Dept, John Jay College

Prosecuting Cybercrime
Speaker: David Szuchman
Chief of the Investigation Division
Manhattan District Attorney's Office
Date: Thursday March 14, 2013
Room: 630 Haaren Hall
Time: 1:30 pm - 2:45 pm

Cyber Fraud: From Headlines to Your Account
Speaker: David Nelson
Cyber Fraud and Financial Crimes Section
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
Date: Wednesday, February 20, 2013
Room: 630 Haaren Hall

Data Thieves in Action
An Exploration of the Structure and Organization of Stolen Data Markets
Speaker: Tom Holt
School of Criminal Justice
Michigan State University
Date: Thursday, February 14, 2013
Room: 9th Floor Conference Center, New Building

Surviving in Cyber Space
Speaker: Dr. Kevin Kwiat
U.S Air Force Research Laboratory
Sorry. Dr. Kwiat's talk has been cancelled.

Exploring NIBRS Data with a Relational Database
slides paper
Speaker: Eman Abdu, Doug Salane and Peter Shenkin
American Society of Criminology 68th Annual Meeting
Chicago, IL
Date: November 15, 2012

An Analysis of Recent Attempts to Protect Intellectual Property on the Internet
Speaker: Evan Misshula and Doug Salane
American Society of Criminology 68th Annual Meeting
Chicago, IL
Date: November 15, 2012

Deploying IPv6:One step forward - two steps back
Speaker: Evan Misshula, PhD Program in Criminal Justice
John Jay College of Criminal Justice
CUNY Graduate Center
Date: Tuesday, September 11


Third Cyber Infrastructure Protection Conference (CIP 2012)
US Arm War College Strategic Studies Institute, City College & IEEE Computer Society
Grove School of Engineering, The City College of New York
September 13, 2012

The Cybercrime Session

organized by

The Center for Cybercrime Studies
John Jay College of Criminal Justice

Session Keynote Address
Prosecuting Cybercrime: An overview of the Manhattan District Attorney's Office's efforts to combat cybercrime and identity theft
Speaker:  David Szuchman, New York County District Attorney's Office
Session Speakers

Information Security Risks: New rewards & new risks - Why a different approach is needed
Speaker: Mehul J. Vaidya, PricewaterhouseCoopers, LLP

Cyber Fraud Trends - The Musical
Speaker: David Nelson, Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC)


Legislative and Regulatory Attempts to Address Cybercrime
Speaker: Douglas Salane and Evan Misshula, John Jay College of Criminal Justice

Analyzing Search-Engine Manipulation Campaigns
Speaker: Nicolas Christin, CyLab, Carnegie Mellon University