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James Johnson, Phd Student in Computer Science, University of Tulsa
James Johnson is a PhD student in Computer Science at The University of Tulsa. He began his career in information security as an undergraduate doing research in social network analysis, before moving to digital forensics and e-discovery. His Master's thesis involved automated vulnerability discovery of embedded computers used for SCADA systems. He is currently researching forensically sound methods of extracting crash data from heavy truck engines, as well as automotive security.
Panel - Recent Advances in Security Research
Drawing on experts from throughout the local R&D community, including technical, community college and Universities; local researchers pursue innovative solutions to a wide array of unique problems, such as brain passwords, advanced forensics, reconstructing traffic accidents through automobile computers and redacting digital information from electronic devices. This panel of students and faculty will discuss the advances the local community is making in research.
Dr. John Hale