Dr. Richmond Adebiaye | Award Winner - VIFRA 2015 | Outstanding Scientist
( Nomination Code : F. No. VIFRA 2015 / 746)
- Born on 3rd June 1968 at Lagos, Nigeria, United States Citizen
- Ph.D in the faculty of Information Systems from Robert Morris University - Pittsburgh, United States , 2010
- Specialization : Information Security
- 13 years of experience
- Presently working as a Professor of Business and Technology at Parker University, Dallas, United States
Richmond S. Adebiaye is a University Professor of Computer Information Systems, Information Security expert, Author, Academic Administrator and Researcher. He has over thirteen (13) years’ experience teaching various Computer & Information Systems, Network Management and Security courses. He also consults for a U.S Federal Agency in the field of Database Design, Management and Security, Digital Forensics, Vulnerability and Penetration Testing, Cyberspace &Cyber Security, Application Security Analysis and Development. Dr. Adebiaye has a Top Secret clearance (TSCI/SAP) since 2012. He is presently the Program Director of Computer & Information Systems at Parker University, Dallas, Texas USA. He was the former Program Chair, CS/IT, Denver Campuses for Colorado Technical University and former Program Director at the University of Maryland University College. Dr. Adebiaye earned his Doctorate (Ph.D.) in Information Systems and Communications from the prestigious Robert Morris University, Moon Township, PA, and his Master of Science in Information Security from Lewis University, Romeoville, IL. He is a Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) and Certified Information Security Manager (CISM). He also holds few Cisco certifications which include a CCIE. Dr. Adebiaye is also a member of Infragard (An association of persons who represent businesses, academic institutions, state and local law enforcement agencies, and other participants dedicated to sharing information and intelligence to prevent hostile acts against the U.S.), also with membership of IEEE and the author of four (5) best-selling textbooks – (1) Object-Oriented Methods (Volume 2 and 3), (2) Information and Network Security Management: Strategic Concept Application, (3) Network Systems and Security (Principles and Practices and (4) Network Systems Management which could be found on www.amazon.com. His main expertise and research interests involve Designing, Building, Managing Enterprise Network and Information Security and Forensics programs. Has total of 18 peer-reviewed research publications, 6 of these are grants-funded and 12 are co-authored. His recent research publication amongst others was “Interpreting Crisis of Attrition and Social Isolation in Undergraduate Degree Programs using Asynchronous learning System”, published by the International Journal of Advanced Scientific Research and Development (Vol. 02, Issue 01). The study evaluates hidden crisis of attrition prevalent amongst students and programs with descriptive interpretation for solving social isolation, using methodological models like eigenfunctions, eigenvalues greater than one rule, screen test and total variance utilized to interpret factor structure coherent to the variable values.