Research and 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. (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

  • 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.
  • 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)
  • Kam, H.J. and Katerattanakul, P., “Structural Model of Team-Based Learning using Web 2.0 Collaborative Software”, Computers & Education Journal (76), 2014, pp. 1-12.
  • Kam, H.J. and Katerattanakul, P., “Information Security in Higher Education: A Neo- Institutional Perspective”, Journal of Information Privacy and Security (10:1), 2014,