Grants, Publications and Research

Grants

  • Gogolin, Greg E (Principal), “Cloud Computing and Cyber Competitions,” Department of Defense, $149,614.70. (funded: 2019).
  • Gogolin, Greg E (Principal), “Social Media, Dark Web and Crypto Currency Analysis,” Department of Defense, $130,000.00. (funded: 2018).
  • Gogolin, Greg E (Principal), “Data Intelligence Faculty Development,” Ferris State University, $7,546.62. (funded: 2018).
  • Gogolin, Greg E (Principal), “Establish Cyber Challenge Center,” Department of Defense, $160,000.00. (funded: 2017).
  •  Gogolin, Greg E (Principal), “Smart TV and Robot Voice Capture Security Vulnerabilities,” Ferris Foundation, $4995.00. (funded: 2015).
  • Gogolin, Greg E (co-Principal), Collaborative w/ George Mason University, “Portable Online Interactive Cybersecurity Laboratory Exercises,” National Science Foundation, US Government, $298,930.00. (submitted: December 2013).
  • Gogolin, Greg E (Principal), “Digital Laser Microscopy Analysis of Active, Altered, and Damaged Storage Media for Security and Digital Forensic Recovery,” National Science Foundation, US Government, $21,158.00. (funded: 2014).
  • Gogolin, Greg E (Principal), “Digital Laser Microscopy Analysis of Active, Altered, and Damaged Storage Media for Security and Digital Forensic Recovery,” National Science Foundation, US Government, $330,860.00. (funded: 2011 – 2014).
  • Gogolin, Greg E (Principal), “Enhance Digital Forensics Capabilities in Information Security & Intelligence and Information Systems Management Programs,” Ferris Foundation, Private, $4,820.00. (2010).
  • Gogolin, Greg E (Principal), “Software grant/gift in kind – RAM (physical) memory forensics,” Sponsored by HBGary, Private, $64,000.00. (2010).
  • Gogolin, Greg E (Principal), “Software grant/gift in kind,” Sponsored by Choicepoint, Private, $977,296.00. (2007).
  • Gogolin, Greg E. (participant – Dr. Lori Tubbergen Clark principle). “Tech-Literacy Grant,” Sponsored by Newaygo County RESA, State Government, $250,000.00. (2007).
  • Gogolin, Greg E (Principal), “Software grant/gift in kind,” Sponsored by Choicepoint, Private, $679,780.00. (2006).
  • Gogolin, Greg E (Principal), “Software/hardware grant,” Sponsored by Paraben Corporation, Private, $9,664.40. (2005).
  • Gogolin, Greg E (Principal), “Software in kind gift,” Sponsored by Quest Software, Private, $400,000.00. (2004).

Publications

Books

  • Gogolin, G.E. (2020). Project Management: Straight to the Point.  Amazon. 
  • Gogolin, G.E. (2013). Digital Forensics Explained. Auerbach Publications – Taylor & Francis.
  • Gogolin, G. E. (2012). The Use of Embedded Mobile, RFID, and Augmented Reality in Mobile Devices. In Ciaramitaro, B. Mobile Technology Consumption: Opportunities and Challenges. IGI Global. Contributing Author.
  • Gogolin, G. E. (2011). The Chasm Between Law Enforcement and Digital Crime. In Crime Rates, Types, and Hot Spots. Nova Science Publishers, Inc. Contributing Author.
  • Gogolin, G. E. (2010). Security and Privacy Concerns of Virtual Worlds. In Ciaramitaro, B., Virtual Worlds and E-Commerce: Technologies and Applications for Building Customer Relationships. IGI Global. Contributing Author.

Journals & Research  

  • Schuiling, S. (2020). Feasible and Desirable Approaches to Overcoming Barriers to Small and Medium-sized Enterprise Adoption of Big Data Analytics.
  • Cooper, M. (2020). An empirical assessment of Audio/Visual/Haptic alerts and warnings to mitigate risk of phishing susceptibility in emails on mobile devices.
  • Otting, J.H. (2020).  Factors Influencing the Adoption of Active Cybersecurity Measures Within Small to Midsize Enterprises: A Correlational Study. Retrieved from Capella University, Proquest       Dissertation Publishing. 27837714
  • Cooper, M., M. (2020). Innovations in Cybersecurity (CyberRoll). 2020 Innovations in Cybersecurity Education, National CyberWatch Center.
  • Cooper, M., Levy, Y., Wang, L., & Dringus, L. (2020). Initial insights from subject matter experts on a phishing email alert system prototype using audio, visual, and haptic warnings [Extended Abstract]. Proceedings of the 2020 Knowledge Management (KM) Conference, ISEG – University of Lisbon, Portugal, p.27. [Best Student Paper Award]. 
  • Furstenberg, J. (2020). An investigation of the factors that contribute to the perceived likelihood of compliance with the HIPAA security rule among healthcare covered entities and business associates.
  • Cooper, M., Levy, Y., Wang, L., & Dringus, L. (2019). Towards an assessment of audio and visual alerts and warnings to mitigate risk of phishing emails susceptibility. Proceedings of the Cybersecurity Education, Research, and Practice Conference, Kennesaw State University, GA., pp. 1-7. 
  • Furstenberg, J., & Levy, Y. (2018). Towards a Development of Predictive Models for Healthcare HIPAA Security Rule Violation Fines.
  • Gogolin,G., & Gogolin,E. (2017). “The Use of Embedded Mobile, RFID, Location Based Services, and Augmented Reality in Mobile Applications.” International Journal of Handheld Computing Research (IJHCR), Volume 8, Issue 1.
  • Wash, R., & Cooper, M. M. (2018). Who provides phishing training? Facts, stories, and people like me. Proceedings of the 2018 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI). Montreal, Canada. [Honorable Mention Award
  • Gogolin, G., & Jones, J. (2014). “Digital Forensic Issues in Civil Proceedings.” Journal of Civil & Legal Sciences.
  • Gogolin, G., Gogolin, E., & Kam, H. (2014). “Virtual Worlds and Social Media: Security and Privacy Concerns, Implications, and Practice.” International Journal of Artificial Life Research. (Jan/March issue).
  • Gogolin, G. & Jones, J. (2010). “Law Enforcement’s Ability to Deal with Digital Crime and the Implications for Business”. Journal of Digital Forensic Practice. Taylor & Francis.
    Gogolin, G. (2010). “The Digital Crime Tsunami”. Digital Investigation. Elsevier.
    Gogolin, G. & Jones, J. (2010). “Law Enforcement’s Ability to Deal with Digital Crime and the Implications for Business”. Information Security Journal: A Global Perspective. Taylor & Francis. Volume 19, Issue 3.