Moses Garuba, Ph.D., is Professor of Computer Science, where he has been since 2000. He received an M.Sc. from Queen Mary University of London in 1993 and a Ph.D. in Computer Science and Information Security from Royal Holloway University of London in 2000. He received a Legum Baccalaureus (LLB) from the University of London in 2010.
His research interests includes multilevel database security, secure transaction processing, quantum cryptography, integrity of digital evidence, electronic privacy law, and e-commerce.
He is the author of numerous research articles, has received many NSF, DoD, DARPA, and other awards. He is an editor of the Journal of Information Technology Impact (JITI), is an Associate Editor and Program Committee Member of the International Conference on Information Technology: Next Generations, is a member of the IEEE-USA Working Group on Bioterrorism, and is co-Founder of the International Federation For Information Processing (IFIP) Working Group 9.6 "IT Misuse and the Law.”
He has served on several doctoral dissertation committees is currently adviser to several Ph.D. students, has graduated several masters, students, and has served on numerous conference committees and NSF panels.