Eamon P. Doherty CCE, SSCP, CPP, CISSP

Professor

School of Administrative Science

Program Affiliations:

Dr. Eamon Doherty is the Cybercrime Training Lab Director as well as a professor in Petrocelli College of Continuing Studies at Fairleigh Dickinson University (FDU). Dr. Doherty earned a Certificate in PDA Forensics as well as a Certificate in Computer Security and Forensic Administration. He has recently written a book entitled, "Tales of Cybercrime and Other Cyber Tales ". Dr. Doherty has also written a textbook for CRC Press entitled, “Digital Forensics For Handheld Devices.” He created three 1/2 day classes for law enforcement officers and security practitioners and published a variety of those class materials made during a Department of Justice grant. These classes are "PDA Forensics", "Cell Phone Forensics", and "Introduction Electronic Eavesdropping Device and Wiretap Detection." Most recently he has created a continuing education class on GPS Navigation Device Forensics.  

Dr. Doherty has also developed 3 graduate online courses for the National Guard Bureau and the university through a federal grant leading to a Certificate in Computer Security and Forensic Administration. The classes Computer Security Administration, Computer Seizure and Examination, Current Issues in Cybercrime, are available online to both National Guard personnel as well as other FDU students. Dr. Doherty is a member of the National Military Intelligence Association (NMIA), The High Tech Crime Investigative Association (HTCIA), American Society of Industrial Security International (ASIS), and is a Certified Computer Examiner (CCE).


Short Abstract

Publications, press mentions:

Doherty, E., (2016) "Thoughts on Teaching Desktop Computer and IPAD Forensics" 68 pp, ISBN ISBN-13: 978-1523230822

Doherty, E., (2013),” New Challenges in Teaching e-Forensics Online”, 2013 International Conference on e-Learning, e-Business, Enterprise Information Systems, and e-Government (EEE'11: July 22-26, 2013, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA) has been accepted as a Regular Research Paper (RRP) - ie, accepted for both, publication in the proceedings on pages 67-71 and for oral formal presentation.

Doherty, E., (2012),”Digital Forensics for Handheld Devices”, CRC Press, http://www.crcpress.com/product/isbn/9781439898772  ISBN 978-1439898772, 336 pages

Doherty, E., (2012),”Issues in  E-Forensics Magazine, Volume 1, Issue 1, July 2012, pages 6-10 http://eforensicsmag.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/07/e_Forensics_Free_ok%C5%82adka3.jpg 

Doherty, E., (2012),” Teaching Mobile/GPS Device Forensics by E-Learning”, 2012 International Conference on e-Learning, e-Business, Enterprise Information Systems, and e-Government (EEE'11: July 16-19, 2012, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA) has been accepted as a Regular Research Paper (RRP) - ie, accepted for both, publication in the proceedings and oral formal presentation.

Doherty, E., (2011)” Tales of Cybercrime and Other Cyber Tales”, Authorhouse, ISBN 9781463402044

 Doherty, E., (2011),”Teaching Cell Phone Forensics and E-Learning”, 2011 International Conference on e-Learning, e-Business, Enterprise Information Systems, and e-Government (EEE'11: July 18-21, 2011, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA) has been accepted as a Regular Research Paper (RRP) - ie, accepted for both, publication in the proceedings and oral formal presentation.

 Doherty, E., (2011),”Teaching Digital Camera Forensics in a Virtual Reality Classroom,” The 2011 International Conference on Computer Graphics and Virtual Reality (CGVR'11: July 18-21, 2011, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA) has been accepted as a Regular Research Paper (RRP) - ie, accepted for both, publication in the proceedings and oral formal presentation.

 Doherty, E.P., Doherty, E.G., (2011), “E-Learning, Teaching Cell Phones Usage for Emergency Managers and First Responders, Conference: 2011 International Conference on e-Learning, e-Business, Enterprise Information Systems, and e-Government, (July 18-21, 2011, Las Vegas, USA)

 Doherty, E. (2011) (September),”We Need to Be Prepared that Handheld Devices Can Be Used Innovatively By Terrorists” http://www.iacsp.com/digdev_sec.php

 Doherty, E. (2011) “GIS and Handheld Devices” International Association Counterterrorism and Security Professionals (IACSP) website article http://www.iacsp.com/digdev_sec.php?p=2

 Doherty, E. (2011) “GPS Forensics for Counter Terrorism and Law Enforcement Agencies” International Association Counterterrorism and Security Professionals (IACSP) website article  http://www.iacsp.com/digdev_sec.php?p=3

 Doherty, E. (2011) “Using Public Search Engines to Investigate Potential Terrorists” International Association Counterterrorism and Security Professionals (IACSP) website article http://www.iacsp.com/digdev_sec.php?p=5

 Doherty, E. (2011) “The Future of Education in Computer / Cell Phone Forensics,”International Association Counterterrorism and Security Professionals (IACSP) website article http://www.iacsp.com/digdev_sec.php?p=6

 Doherty, E. (2011) “Policy and Cell Phone or Camera Forensics,” International Association Counterterrorism and Security Professionals (IACSP) website article http://www.iacsp.com/digdev_sec.php?p=7

 Doherty, E. (2011) “How, and How NOT, to Recover Data From a Failing or Crashed Hard Drive, International Association Counterterrorism and Security Professionals (IACSP) website article http://www.iacsp.com/digdev_sec.php?p=8

 Doherty, E. (2010) “Cell Phone Investigative Tools For the Counter Terrorism Professional International Association Counterterrorism and Security Professionals (IACSP) website article http://www.iacsp.com/digdev_sec.php?p=9

 Doherty, E., Liebesfeld, J. (2009),”Digital Camera Forensics”, June 1, 2009, Security Magazine, Page,

 Weiss, I., Doherty, Eamon, Meixler, L., Liebesfeld, J, Liebesfeld, T., Schuber, P., (2009), “Looking Back: The Russian Revolution Through the Eyes of a Jewish Child.”, Authorhouse,ISBN-13: 9781438987309, Published July 9, 2009, 168 Pages (Book)

 Doherty, E, Schuber, P., Liebesfeld, J., Liebesfeld, T, Devine, J.,(2008),”A New Look at Nagasaki: 1946”, Authorhouse, 116 Pages, ISBN-13: 9781438987309 (Book)

 Doherty, E., Purdy, G. Liebesfeld, J., Liebesfeld, T, (2008),”Computing and Investigations for Everyone”, Authorhouse, 276 Pages, ISBN 9781434372314

 Doherty, E., Stephenson, G., Liebesfeld, J., Bruno, K., (2006),”eforensics and Signal Intelligence for Everyone” Authorhouse, 224 Pages, ISBN-13: 9781438987309   (Book)

Doherty, E., Stephenson, G., Muench, G., Walsh, T., (2006),” Emergency Management and Telemedicine for Everyone”, Published by Authorhouse, ISBN 1425921299, 184 pages 

Doherty, E., Stephenson, G., Fernandes, J., (2006), “Computer Security and Telerobotics for Everyone”, Published by Authorhouse, ISBN 1-4208-9682-2, 179 Pages

Doherty, E., Stephenson, G., (March 2005), “Computer Recreation for Everyone”, AuthorHouse, printed in Indiana, BOOK, ISBN 142082239X

 

Courses Taught

Graduate:

  • MADS 6638 Computer Security Administration
  • MADS 6730 Malware Investigations
  • MADS 6697 Current Issues in Cyberforensics
  • MADS 6639 Forensic Expert
  • MADS 6735 Intro to Countermeasure for Malware
  • MADS 6637 Computer Seizure and Examination
  • MADS 6701 Introduction to Computer Network Security

Undergraduate:

  • PADM 4566 Introduction to Cybercrime and Computers

Continuing Education:

  • Introduction to GPS Forensics