Computer Security

George Liluashvili

Adjunct Assistant Professor Email Lupton Hall, Room 101
Professor George B. Liluashvili teaches at the Computer Security Department and Center for Criminal Justice, Farmingdale State College, SUNY. He has extensive educational background and experience teaching Computer Forensics, Forensic Technology, Crime Analysis,  and Cybersecurity. His research interests include Cyber Risk Mitigation, Cybersecurity of Critical Infrastructure, IoT Security, Cyber Terrorism, Digital Evidence, Biometric Technology, and Maritime Cybersecurity. He is a member of the American and European Society of Criminology (ASC), IEEE Security & Privacy Society, and IEEE Association at Long Island. 

Courses Taught

SST 218: Computer Forensics III
CRJ 308T: Forensic Technology Theory
CRJ 308L: Forensic Technology Lab
CRJ 406T: Crime Analysis and Mapping Theory
CRJ 406L: Crime Analysis and Mapping Lab

Education

  • Ph.D. Courses, Cyber Defense, Dakota State University, 2021
  • Master's Degree, Criminal Justice, John Jay College of Criminal Justice, The City University of New York, 2019
  • Bachelor's Degree, Criminal Justice: Law Enforcement Technology, Farmingdale State College, The State University of New York, 2016

Publications

  • George B. Liluashvili, Cyber Risk Mitigation in Higher Education, Law and Order, 7(2) 2021.
George Liluashvili
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