FIVS 489 / CYBR 489 -Applied Digital Forensics and Incident Response. Credit 3 (3-0). Collection of digital evidence; digital evidence analytics; analysis of log data; malware triage; recover damaged digital evidence; write technical reports on malware and incidents; legal and ethical components of digital forensic science.Prerequisites: FIVS 205 with a grade of C or better; junior or senior classification or approval ofInstructor OR Cybersecurity Minor student.
About John Romero:
Cybersecurity instructor, maker of IoT, techie, software developer, private pilot, Air Force veteran, and electronic warfare technician. Mentor, coach, and facilitator for young adults entering the workforce. Passionate instructor and influencer for positive ethical leadership.
Research interests include cybersecurity, social engineering, human element in cybersecurity, Smart Manufacturing, and Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) hacking.
2019 – Present, Georgia Institute of Technology, Master of Science, Cybersecurity, expected graduation: 2021.
1992 – 1996, Texas A&M University, Bachelor of Science, Major: Computer Science / Minor: Geographic Informations Systems (GIS).
1990 – 1992, Blinn College, General Studies.