Michael Robinson

Adjunct Professor

 
Michael Robinson is a Security Engineer and Incident Manager at Google, where he manages the response to security and privacy incidents. He specializes in computer forensics, mobile device forensics, and intrusion analysis. Prior to joining Google, Michael was a senior cyber threat analyst and digital forensic examiner for a large international company. He was a computer and cell phone forensic analyst working with various agencies in the U.S. Intelligence Community. He was the Chief Information Officer (CIO) of the Department of Defense’s Business Transformation Agency. As the CIO he oversaw all IT and Information Assurance operations for the agency, including forensic examinations of computers and mobile devices. Michael was the Program Coordinator and Adjunct Professor for Stevenson University’s Master of Science in Cyber Forensics, where he was the recipient of the Rose Dawson Award for outstanding adjunct faculty member of the year.

Credentials:
MS in Computer Forensics, Stevenson University
MS in Information Technology/Information Assurance, University of Maryland
BS in Chemical Engineering, Drexel University
Graduate Certificate in Applied Intelligence, Mercyhurst University

Courses:
Incident Response Forensics
Mobile Device Forensics