Professor Gianluigi Me

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Gianluigi Me obtained his Laurea in Computer Engineering at University of Rome “La Sapienza” in 1997; he took a Postgraduate Specialization Diploma, Magister Artis of Business Management, Dipartimento di Informatica, Sistemi e Produzione (DISP), at University of Rome “Tor Vergata” in 2001 and the Ph.D. in Business Management Engineering with a thesis dissertation on “Mobile transactions security” (Advisor:Prof. Giuseppe F. Italiano), DISP, at University of Rome “Tor Vergata” in 2003. He started as a software engineer in a telco manufacturer R&D department; currently is a OF-4 of Carabinieri Law Enforcement at Carabinieri Headquarters. After holding positions in Strategic ICT section and Advanced Mobile Applications program, he has been Director of Carabinieri National Digital Investigations and Cybercrime training and Program manager of Advanced ICT investigative tools and methodologies. Currently he is deputy head of ICT Security Department at Carabinieri Headquarters. He has been Adjunct Professor of ICT security and Cryptography at Faculty of Computer Engineering at University of Rome “Tor Vergata” during 2003-2011 and since 2011 Adjunct Professor of Information Systems at the Faculty of Economics and Business at LUISS Guido Carli University, International Course. SInce 2019 he holds the “Cybercrime and Fraud detection” course in Luiss bachelor’s degree program in Management and Computer Science. Currently, he is also Adjunct Professor at LUMSA University, where he holds two courses:1) Computer Architectures and Operating Systems and 2) Intelligence and OSINT Lab. He served CEPOL and other National/International Organizations as Expert/Trainer in Master Courses for security specialists. He holds some patents in the area of security software and his current research interests include Crime data science, security economics, digital forensics and game theory He is co-editor of the “Handbook of electronic security and digital forensics”, Worldscience Publisher, and more than 60 scientific publications. He frequently joins Technical/Program Committees of IEEE Conference and is member of the Editorial Board of the International Journal of Electronic Security and Digital Forensics, IJESDF, Inderscience Publishers.

 Recent Publications (updated list on (look also to Publons and Orcid)

  • A. Grillo, A. Lentini, G.Me, Mobile information warfare: a countermeasure to privacy leaks based on SecureMyDroid, Proceedings of ITAIS 2010
  • A. Di Stefano, A. Grillo, A. Lentini, G.Me, D. Tulimiero, Mobile Forensics Data Integrity Assessment by Event Monitoring, Digital Investigation (2010), Volume 4 Number 1, SEPTEMBER 2010, ISSN# 1941-6164, Small Scale Digital Device Forensic Journal , pp. 1-7;
  • A. Di Stefano, G.Me, F.Pace, Android Anti-Forensics Through a Local Paradigm, Digital Investigation (2010), pp. S95-S103, Elsevier;
  • A. Grillo, A. Lentini, G. Me, The B-POS secure mobile payment system, Mobile Computing (Concepts, Methodologies, Tools, and Applications), D. Taniar, 2009, Idea Group Reference, pp.1237-124;
  • Distefano, A. Grillo, A. Lentini, G. Me,R. Galbani, Exploitation of Secrets Injected in Java Midlets, Proc. 5th International Conference on Global Security, Safety & Sustainability, ICGS3 2009.
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