Description: Abstract: A student study based on crime alerts to the campus community, of when, where, and the type of crimes that occur around the college campus. Colleges and Universities are required by the Clery Act to report certain types of crimes and provide annual statistics of those crimes. Sources for the study were from publically archived email messages known as “Timely Warnings”, Emergency Text message alerts, and the Daily Crime Logs that are available on the universityâ’s public safety website. Data was collected from the 2007 to 2014 Timely Warnings archive, and then correlated with the Daily Crime Logs. Crimes have been mapped to show the locations of the crimes throughout the years, and if the same crimes occurred at the same locations year after year. Author Bios: Chris J, Jason J, Katelyn C, and Alex H are Information Assurance students at Eastern Michigan University (EMU) researching crime on campus. EMU is a NSA and Department of Homeland Security (DHS) jointly sponsored Center of Academic Excellence in IA Education.Their combined course work includes Intel Analysis, Cyber Law, Cyber Crime Investigation, Counter Terrorism, and Digital Forensics. http://www.emich.edu/ia/
Mr. OU Phannarith is one of the well-known cybersecurity experts in Cambodia and the region. He is the founder of the first leading information security website (www.secudemy.com) in Cambodia. He has been invited to present in global conferences, forums, and seminars and he was awarded in Information Security Leadership Achievements (ISLA) in 2016 by (ISC)2 and in December 2012 as one of the top 10 Chief Information Security Officers (CISO) in ASEAN by the International Data Group (IDG). Mr. OU has been the Professor specializing in Cybersecurity.