About the series
Marc Rogers, Ph.D., CISSP, is a research scientist at CERIAS - Purdue University and an Assistant Professor in the Computer Technology Department. Dr. Rogers is senior instructor for (ISC)2, the international body that certifies information system security professionals (CISSP), and a member of the quality assurance board for (ISC)2's SCCP designation. He is a former police detective who worked in the area of fraud and computer crime investigations. Dr. Rogers was the ERS Director of Computer Forensics for Deloitte & Touche LLP Canada's Information Security Practice. His research interests include the psychology of computer criminals, cyber-terrorism, and cyber-criminalistics. Dr. Rogers's consulting and seminar involvement includes work for major corporations, national and international financial institutions, governments, law enforcement agencies, small businesses, and professional associations. He has designed and taught numerous courses on information system security at various centers throughout the world. Dr. Rogers has also authored several articles and book chapters in the area of information security and privacy, applied computer forensics, and criminal profiling.