Assistant Professor, Henry C. Lee College/Assistant Chair, University of New Haven
2007 - Doctor of Philosophy – Criminal Justice.
The Graduate School of the City of New York (CUNY/John Jay College of Criminal Justice).
Dissertation project with the NYPD entitled: DNA and Homicide: What’s Really Going On? Committee – Dr. James Fyfe (Chair), Dr. Dennis Kenney, and Dr. Jennifer Groscup (Dr. Michael White served as committee chair, December 2005 till completion of project).
2005 - Master of Philosophy – Criminal Justice.
The Graduate School of the City of New York (CUNY/John Jay College of Criminal Justice).
Proposal Defense: False Hope?: The Use of DNA Evidence in Solving Homicides in the City of New York.
1999 - Master of Arts – Criminology.
University of Hull, Hull, United Kingdom.
Thesis: The Efficacy of Behavioral Profiling in Serial Homicide Investigations.
1992 - Bachelor of Arts - Major: Social Ecology (Specialization: Criminology, Law and Society).
University of California, Irvine.
Honors Research Project, 1991. Member of the Homicide and Suicide Research Group.
2008 - Present Department of Criminal Justice
The Henry C. Lee College of Criminal Justice and Forensic Sciences
University of New Haven, West Haven, CT
Assistant Chair: Responsible for administrative duties related to undergraduate student population as well as serve as second to the department chair when necessary.
Investigative Services Concentration Coordinator: Responsible for the supervision, evaluation and modification of the investigative services major concentration.
Assistant Professor: Responsible for full-time teaching load (3/3)
Courses taught: CJ 100 – Introduction to Criminal Justice
CJ 201 – Principles of Criminal Investigation
CJ 311 – Criminology
CJ 400 – Senior Seminar, Issues in Criminal Justice
CJ 611 – Research Methods (Winter 2011)
2007 - 2008 Department of Justice and Law Administration
Ancell School of Business
Western Connecticut State University, Danbury, CT
Assistant Professor: Responsible for full-time teaching load (4/4)
Courses taught: JLA 100 – Introduction to Criminal Justice
JLA 150 – Introduction to Corrections
JLA 225 – Principles of Security
JLA 405 – Research Seminar in JLA
2006 - 2007 Department of Criminal Justice
ASA Technical College, New York, NY
Adjunct Professor - Associate Program
Courses taught: CRJ 101 – American Criminal Justice System
CRJ 105 – Introduction to Criminology
2002 - 2007 Departments of Sociology, and Law and Police Science
John Jay College of Criminal Justice, New York, NY
Adjunct Professor - Undergraduate Program
Courses taught: SOC 101 – Introduction to Sociology
CRJ 101 – Introduction to Criminal Justice
CRJ 203 – Criminology
CRJ 236 – Victimology
Adjunct Professor - Graduate Program
Courses taught: CRJ 730 – Policy Analysis
CRJ 710 – Issues in Criminal Justice
CRJ 740 – Deviant Behavior
|Alan E. Brill|
Senior Managing Director/Kroll Ontrack
Alan E. Brill is Senior Managing Director for Technology Services of Kroll Ontrack, and is the founder of Kroll's global High-technology Investigation and Computer Forensic practices. His work has ranged from large-scale information security reviews for multi-billion dollar corporations, to criminal investigations of computer hackers, frauds on the Internet, identity theft, misappropriation of intellectual property, as well as telecommunication-related frauds.
Prior to joining Kroll, he was Director of the Information Systems and Information Security Bureau of the New York Department of Investigation, where he served as the senior government official with responsibility for information security, and as a Deputy Inspector General in the New York City government.
Alan Brill was also Director of Professional Services for Ed Yourdon's Yourdon Consulting Group. His work there involved the extension of the systems design methodologies of Structured Analysis and Structured Design, and consultation with major government and defense firms to implement these techniques. At the international accounting firm of Ernst & Whinney (now Ernst & Young) he served as Senior Manager in the information security practice, and was the co-founder of that firm's Data Systems Security Review practice. He has also served as system designer at Chase Manhattan Bank, and was on the design team for the Apollo Project Ground Support System at the NASA Manned Spacecraft Center in Houston.
In the United States Army, he served as a Project Officer on the Army General Staff, as an advisor on computer/information security policy in the Office of the Secretary of Defense, and as military liaison to the New York City Police Department. He completed his military service with the rank of Major, having also done work in Kuwait and with the NATO Peace Stabilization Force in Bosnia.
Mr. Brill has served as a visiting faculty member in the computer crime investigation programs of the United States Secret Service, the FBI Academy, the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center, and the Federal Financial Institutions Examination Counsel. He holds BA and MBA degrees from New York University. He has also lectured for the John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University. His ability to explain the underlying causes of high-tech crimes and to devise practical preventive measures has made him a popular speaker at international business conferences. He also serves on the Board of Advisors for the Center for International Financial Crime Studies at the University of Florida's Levin School of Law.
Mr. Brill is the author or co-author of seven books in the field of information security and management, and of dozens of articles that have appeared in publications ranging from Computerworld to the FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin. He is currently working on a new book, “The Information Iceberg”. He was featured on the CBS News magazine "60 Minutes" as well as Dateline NBC, Good Morning America, CNBC, MSNBC, CBC, BBC and CNN His work was featured in the U.S. News & World Report article entitled "Corporate Spy Wars." He holds the Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) & Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE) credentials. He is a founding member of the Digital & Multimedia Evidence Section of the American Academy of Forensic Sciences.
Alan holds an appointment as an Adjunct Professor at National University in the Masters degree in Forensic Sciences Program. He has also served as a Special Master for the federal courts.
President/SATO & ASSOCIATES
2008 Graduate School of Waseda University ( Tokyo, Japan)
Ph.D. International Studies
1971 Waseda University (Tokyo, Japan)
Bachelor of Law
1967 Fukushima National Technical College (Fukushima, Japan)
Associate of industrial chemistry
President, SATO & ASSOCIATES
Visiting Professor, Graduate school of commerce, Waseda University
Chairman of the Asia Intellectual Property Innovation Research Group (AIPIR) of The Intellectual Property Association of Japan (IPAJ)
2004-present Patent attorney specially authorized to act as counsel in intellectual property infringement lawsuits
1973-present Patent attorney
- Experience in JPAA (Japan Patent Attorney Association) -
2005 President of JPAA
2004 Executive vice-president of JPAA
2003 Chairman of committee for promoting industrial cooperation
1997 Chairman of committee for examining general policies
1992 Vice-president of JPAA
1991 Chairman of patent committee
1986 Chairman of committee for enhancing and generalizing patent system
1979-1980 Council member of JPAA
- Experience in Government committee -
2007-2011 Advisory regular members of intellectual property strategy headquarters of Japan
2008-2009 Temporary member of patent attorney examination subcommittee in industrial
2006 Member of subcommittee of intellectual property policy in industrial structure council
2002-2003 Member of patent subcommittee in industrial structure council
1997-1998 Member of patent attorney examination committee
1. ”Gaining Competitive Advantage through Protection of Invention”,（2009）
2. “Progress of Pro-patent Campaign in Japan”（2008）
3. “Backgrand and Progress on Declaration of The Intellectual Property–Based Nation”（2007）
4. “Reform in The intellectual property systems after The declaration of The Intellectual Property-Based Nation” (2007)
5.”Development of system for involvement of participants”,（2000）
6. “Review on national activities based on intellectual property policy proposed by council on intellectual property in the 21st Century”, （1998）
7. ”Conflict in international patents, and what Japan should do”,（1994）
1979. 2 Graduated from Shin Gwang women's high school
1985 Graduated from Public Law in Law Administration,
Seoul National University
2000 Master in Graduate School of Public Administration, Yonsei Univ.
2002 LLM, American University
2006 Master in Graduate School of Synthetic Art School,
2006 Ph.D. in Graduate School of Business Administration, Yonsei Univ.
1988 Passed the 30th Judicial Examination
1996~2010 Member of the 15,16,17,18th National Assembly
2002~2008 Member, the Science, Technology, Information & Telecommunication Committee, National Assembly
2002~2009 Chairman of "International Knowledge Economy Forum"
2002~2009 Chairman of "Democracy Business Forum "
2003 Spokeswoman for Hannara Party
2005~2008 Chairman of "Women Advance Network "
2005 Chairman of confirmation hearing for nomina for selecting Justice of the Supreme Court
2005 Leader of "Committee of Finding Solution Wealth Gap Polirization for Making Warm Society wealth polarization in Hannara Party"
2005~2008 Member in Consulting Committee of "the Korean Entertainment Association"
2006~2009 Chief of Korea Racquetball Association and National Racketball Association for Health
2006 Supreme Representative of Hannara Party
2007 Leader in the election polling committee of Gyounggi Province, for Presidential elections
2008~2010 Chairman of National Policy Committee, National Assembly
2011 Chairman of the Special Committee on Measures to Stabilize the Livelihood of the People, National Assembly
2011 Chief of Sport For All The National Bicycle Association
Principal Lecturer/University of Portsmouth
Azeem Aleem is an academic criminologist and Head of Forensic IT programme based at the Institute of Criminal Justice Studies (ICJS), University of Portsmouth. He is also the external quality examiner at Nottingham University for their Fraud and Risk Programme. His expertise is in the area of information governance, risk management, compliance and security. Before joining the University, he has worked as an Internet Security Consultant and Security programmer in organisations like IBM and Transcend Technologies. He has been actively involved in training the United Kingdom Police Force in the area of Internet crime with the majority of his time focused on assessing and securing cyberspace and platforms.
He has led many entrepreneurial activities in the University setting, involving cross faculty collaborations, such as development of BSc, and MSc programmes in the area of Forensic IT and Accounting. Various law enforcement agencies have trained their employees through these programmes. For this development, he has been awarded three honorarium awards by the University.
In addition, he is a fellow and an elected director at the Security Institute (SYI – The largest organisation for professional security personnel in the UK) with the remit on Information Security. At the Institute, he is the chair of IS Risk forum, which examines the area of information risk across a range of specialist security disciplines. The forum main aim is to help minimise the gap between Information and Physical Security through a focus on the element of risk convergence.
Azeem is currently working on two research books on ‘Cyber Fraud and Security’ by John Wileys, due to be published in Feb 2012, and undertaking various commercial research projects in the area of corporate and internet security.
He writes actively on the issue of Internet Security and sits on various academic boards concerned with the training and accreditation of security managers. For more information on the consultancy and research clients please refer to his company staff webpage
Technology Cooperation Division Director/Small and Medium Business Administration (SMBA)
1990 Seoul Nat'l University (BA of International Relations)
1993 Graduate School of Public Administration, Seoul Nat'l University (MA of Public administration)
2001 University of Delaware (MA Coursework in Economics)
2005 University of Delaware (Doctorate Coursework in Public Policy)
2010. 3 ~ Director, Technology Cooperation Division, SMBA
2009. 5 ~ Director, Traditional Market Division, SMBA
2007. 12 ~ Director, Venture Investment Division, SMBA
2006. 4 ~ Chief Secretary Officer, SMBA
1996~2006. 3 Deputy Director, SMBA
Head of Technology Security Team/KAITS
The Greduate School Ajou University, Suwon, Korea
- Master‘s Degree (B.A)
KAITS : since September, 2008
(Korean Association for Industrial Technology Security)
* KISI (Korea Industrial Security Institute)
* Samwha Capacitor Group
The National Police Agency
Korea Coast Guard Academy
* Small & Medium Business Administration,
Korean Intellectual Property Office,
National R&D Institute
* Class 200 times for Membership Company
Samsung Electronics, LG Electronics,
Hyundai Motors, Hyundai Heavy Industries,
STX Offshore & Shipbuilding, POSCO,
The Korea Chamber of Commerce & Industry, etc.
- Industry Security field
: Administrative Security, H/R Security, related Laws
- Administrative Security (2007),
- H/R Security (2008),
- Industry Spy Defense Strategy (2007)
- Industry Security Guidebook(co-authorship) (2010)
Assistant Professor/Daejin University
2007 - Present, Assistant Professor(Ph. D. in Information System),
Dept. of Business Administration, Daejin University, Korea
2008 - Present, Director of Informatization, The Korean Association for Research Industrial Security
2010 - Present, Senior Vice President, Korea Information Technology Convergence Society
2010 - Present, Future Technology Research Association International, Fellow
2010 - Present, Journal of Convergence, Section Editor(IT Managements and Services)
2011 "Construction of 'Security Governance' for Industrial Technology Protection,"
Ministry of Knowledge Economy
2009 "Investigation on Capability of Industrial Security," Ministry of Knowledge Economy
2009 “Study on Assesment of Small & Medium Enterprises' Informatization Level,"
Korea Technology and Information Promotion Agency for Small & Medium Enterprises
2008 "Study on Security Technology Development Policy for Industrial Technology Protection,"
Ministry of Knowledge Economy
2007 "Study on Prevention Measure for Information Leakage and Misuse/Abuse of Information by Insider," Ministry of Public Administration and Security
Industrial Technology Management and Policy(Policy Design, Performance Evaluation), Informatization of Industry and Industrial Technology Protection
Attorney/Myeong Moon Lawfirm
Yonsei University College of Law Seoul, Korea
LL.B. received February 1986
Judicial Research and Training Institute Seoul, Korea
Certificate received February 1992
Santa Clara University, School of Law Santa Clara, US
Visiting Scholar 2000
Graduate School of Law, Yonsei University Seoul, Korea
J.D. received February 2009
Scholarships for entire undergraduate study, for 50% of the tuitions
Academic honor, 4 times, for Undergraduate School
September 1989 Passed the Korean Bar Exam
1992~2004 Prosecutor, Daegu, Yongwol, Seoul, Chuncheon, Seoungnam Public Prosecutors Office
2004~2006 Legal Adviser of Minister of Information and Communications
2006~2010 Senior Prosecutor, Cheongju, Seoul, Incheon Public Prosecutors Office
2011 Attorney, Myeong Moon Lawfirm in Incheon
“Legal Character of Administrative Action”, Thesis, Yonsei University College of Law, 1985
“Legal Structure of One Crime”, Thesis, Judicial Research and Training Institute, 1995
“A Study on Internet Business Method Patent”, Thesis, Journal of Korea Information Law, 2001
“A Study on Economic Espionage”, Thesis, Journal of Industrial Securities
The Award of Presentative Prosecutor (April 1, 1999)