Moshe Caplan graduated this past May from NYU-Poly as Valedictorian of the Class of 2012 with a BS in Computer Science and an MS in Cyber Security. He is a recipient of the Federal Cyber Service: Scholarship for Service (SFS) and is an active researcher in NYU-Poly’s Information Systems and Internet Security (ISIS) lab. His current research topics include Computer Forensics and Reverse Engineering, among others, and he recently published his thesis titled, “Cybersecurity of Critical Infrastructure: Recent Attacks and Research in the Field.”
Jessica Jaquez is a student in the Digital Forensic & Cyber Security Master’s program at John Jay College. Jessica received a B.S. in Computer Information Systems in Criminal Justice from John Jay College in May 2010. She is the recipient of the Graduate Fellowship in Digital Forensics and Cyber Security funded by the National Science Foundation (NSF). Her current research topics include social media, digital forensics, among others. She has a great passion for Digital Forensics & Cyber Security and is very enthusiastic to learn about new developments in these fields.
Moshe Kaplan graduated this past May from NYU-Poly with a BS in Computer Engineering. He is a recipient of the Federal Cyber Service: Scholarship for Service (SFS) and has been confused as being Moshe Caplan many times. He has interned with Sandia National Labs, a Federally Funded Research and Development Center (FFRDC), and Green Charge Networks, a startup in smart grid technologies.He is currently pursuing a Master's degree at NYU-Poly in CyberSecurity.