Jeime J. Cano, Ph.D, CFE
Universidad de los Andes
Calle 1E No.18A-10
Phone: +571 3394949 Ext. 2382
DVP Term Expires December 2013
Dr. Jeimy J. Cano is Law Faculty Distinguished Professor at Universidad de los Andes (Uniandes) in Bogota- Colombia, a researcher and founder member of Research Group on electronic commerce, telecommunications and computing belongs to Uniandes Law Faculty. He received a M.S. in Systems and Computer Science from Universidad de los Andes, Ph.D in Business Administration from Newport University in Newport Beach, CA. and Executive Certificated in Leadership and Management from MIT Sloan School of Management, Boston, MA. Likewise he has certifications like Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE) and Cobit Foundation Certificate (CFC). Between 1996 to 2005 was part of the Computer and System Science Department at Uniandes, where he conducted research and courses related to computer and information security, hacking techniques and computer forensics in undergraduate and graduate programs. Dr. Cano's research primarily concerns digital evidence, computer crime and forensics and information security management and management information systems.
His work is multi-disciplinary, covering areas such as computer law, IT Infrastructure, IT Governance, computer crime scene procedural issues, information insecurity management and systemic thinking.
Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) Leadership: Learned lesson and the vision of the future
Information security is one of the emerging issues in the XXI century organizations. In this sense, the role of the head of information security in enterprises becomes a decisive factor to leverage the value of the business and its stakeholders. In this sense, the presentation details the lessons learned from the CISO in the last decade and presents a challenging and innovative agenda for the next 10 years.
The Hacker Mind, Technical, and Psycological Issues
Computer security and insecurity is a law in all network and not network systems. For this reason understand systems vulnerabilities and failures implies understand the mind of "hackers" in his field. In this sense, presentation offers an empirical classification of this individuals based on hacker's history in an international context where review operational and psychological behavior. Likewise, using this results we present a complementary approach to understand computer and information security.
Digital Evidence: Legal, Management, and Technical Issues
Digital evidence is a special topic in online crime. Many considerations and strategies about how seize and discover it are part of international discussion to establish formal procedures and actions. In this sense, this presentation offers a review of critical aspect of digital evidence group by legal, management and technical aspects in order to suggest research questions to advance in better and systemic understanding of digital evidence and computer forensics.