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What Every Engineer Should Know About Cyber Security and Digital Forensics by Joanna F. DeFranco

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About the Author
Joanna DeFranco is an assistant professor of software engineering and
a member of the graduate faculty at Penn State University. She has held
academic positions at New Jersey Institute of Technology and Cabrini
College. Prior to her academic career, she spent many years as a software
engineer for government and industry. Notable experiences during this
period included traveling the world on naval scientic ships that collected
data to make ocean oor maps and developing cable head-end products for
Motorola. She has written many journal articles and contributed to confer-
ence proceedings on effective software and systems engineering problem
solving, as well as digital forensics. She has also coauthored a project
management book.
Dr. DeFranco is a certied computer forensics examiner (CCFE) and teaches
computer and cyber forensics at Penn State. She also teaches courses on
software engineering, project management, and problem solving, which
have all had an inuence on her perspective of cyber security and digital
forensics. She is on the curriculum advisory board for computer forensics
at Middle Bucks Institute of Technology and is a member of the American
Society for Engineering Education (ASEE). She earned a BS in electrical
engineering from Penn State, an MS in computer engineering from Villanova
University, and a PhD in computer and information science from New Jersey
Institute of Technology.

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