Dr. Marcus Rogers
Dr. Rogers is the faculty lead for the Cyber Forensics Program in the Dept. of Computer and
Information Technology at Purdue University. He is a Professor, University Faculty Scholar and
Fellow - Center for Education and Research in Information Assurance and Security (CERIAS). Dr. Rogers
is the International Chair of the Law, Compliance and Investigation Domain of the Common Body of Knowledge
(CBK) committee, Chair of the Planning Committee for the Digital and Multimedia Sciences section of the
American Academy of Forensic Sciences, and Past Chair of the Certification and Test Committee – Digital
Forensics Certification Board. He is a former Police officer who worked in the area of fraud and computer
crime investigations. Dr. Rogers is the former Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Digital Forensic
Practice and sits on the editorial board for several other professional journals. He is also a member
of other various national and international committees focusing on digital forensic science and
digital evidence. Dr. Rogers is the author of books, book chapters, and journal publications in the
field of digital forensics and applied psychological analysis. His research interests include applied
cyber forensics, psychological digital crime scene analysis, and cyber terrorism.Cybercrime Scene
Analysis, and Cyber-terrorism. He has authored several book chapters, and articles in the area of
computer forensics and forensic psychology. Dr. Rogers is the Editor-in Chief of the Journal of
Digital forensic Practice and sits on the editorial board for several international journals. He
is a frequent speaker at international and national information assurance and security conferences,
and guest lectures at various universities throughout the world.
Jaime Ansieta graduated from the Chilean Police Academy (PDI) in 1988. He holds a bachelor’s
degree in Police Sciences. He is a Certified Public Accountant and Auditor, and has a Master’s
degree in Finance. He has teaching experience in different subjects, including derivative
instruments, capital markets, computer crimes and scientific methodology.
He has also spoken at different conferences about the “Usage of Predicting Models in Crime
Detection” using neural Networks among other techniques, “International Cooperation in Cybercrime”
and “The importance of sharing information in cross border crime”.
Jaime’s working career in law enforcement has been mainly in white collar crime and cybercrime.
Since January 2009, he has been working at I.C.P.O. INTERPOL General Secretariat as a Criminal
Intelligence Officer and as Assistant Director, Financial and High Tech Crime Sub-Directorate since