Air Force Faculty: Dr. Gary D. King

 

King 150Dr. Gary D. King is a federal investigator with the Air Force Office of Special Investigations (AFOSI) specializing in cyber crime and computer forensics. He has over 30 years of law enforcement and counterintelligence experience with more than 19 years of cyber crime and computer forensic experience. Dr. King serves as the Deputy Chief, Cyber Security, AFOSI Special Projects, Joint Base Anacostia-Bolling, District of Columbia. During his AFOSI career, he has served as AFOSI’s cyber investigations & operations program manager; liaison officer to the National Cyber Investigative Joint Task Force, Chantilly, VA; and the lead or support agent to multiple high profile intrusion and espionage investigations requiring a cyber expertise.

 

Dr. King has been a professional presenter at “Computer Crime and Computer Forensics” National Organization of Black Law Enforcement Executives Annual Conference, July 2001; a guest lecturer at multiple events that include: “The Windows Registry A Wealth of Information” Computer Forensics II, Computer Forensics Graduate Program, George Washington University, Washington, DC, 2004; “Leveraging Windows’ Change Journal Evidence in Support of Intrusion Investigations” Innovations in Digital Forensic Practice, Washington, DC, 27 -28 May 2006; “Living in a Digital World and Cyber” California University of Pennsylvania, California, PA, April 2014; “Privacy Affects: Living in a Digital World (Research in Progress)” The MITRE Corporation, McLean, VA, October 2014; and finally lectured on “Privacy Affects: Living in a Digital World (Research in Progress)” Northern Virginia Community College Woodbridge Campus, Woodbridge, VA, October 2014. Dr. King’s Research Interests include data privacy in a digital recorded world; computer and network forensics; malware analysis; computer network intrusions; critical infrastructure cyber protection; supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA) cyber security; and the domestic to nation-state hacker culture and sponsorship. In 2015, Dr. King received a Doctorate of Science, Information Systems and Communications, Robert Morris University, (Dissertation Title: Privacy Effects: Living in a Digital Recorded World).

 

 

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