Dr Craig Wright is a lecturer and researcher at Charles Sturt University and executive vice –president (strategy) of CSCSS (Centre for Strategic Cyberspace+ Security Science) with a focus on collaborating government bodies in securing cyber systems. With over 20 years of IT related experience, he is a sought-after public speaker both locally and internationally, training Australian and international government departments in Cyber Warfare and Cyber Defence, while also presenting his latest research findings at academic conferences.
In addition to his security engagements Craig continues to author IT security related articles and books. Dr Wright holds the following industry certifications, GSE CISSP, CISA, CISM, CCE, GCFA, GLEG, GREM and GSPA. He has numerous degrees in various fields including a Master’s degree in Statistics, and a Master’s Degree in Law specialising in International Commercial Law. Craig has recently completed his second doctorate, a PhD on the Quantification of Information Systems Risk.
“Windows Memory Forensics & Memory Acquisition” -> Find it in Computer Forensics JumpStart Vol. 2 which was published on July 2013.