Assistant Professor Economic Crime Management
Joseph Giordano joined the full-time faculty of Utica College in 2008. He currently is Director of the Economic Crime Management program, currently teaches ECM 632 Information and Communication Security in the ECM program, and has taught that course as an adjunct instructor since 2003.
Professor Giordano currently holds the faculty rank of Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice and additionally serves as Director of the Utica College’s Computer Forensics Research and Development Center. He received his Associates in Arts degree from Herkimer County Community College, Bachelor of Science degree from Utica College and his Master of Science degree from Syracuse University. Prior to joining the faculty, Professor Giordano served as a program manager for the Information Directorate of the U.S. Air Force Research Laboratory. He enjoys a national reputation in the area of information security and computer security.
Professor Giordano is a member of numerous professional organizations in the areas of information and computer security. He is a co-editor in chief of the International Journal of Digital Evidence.