Dr. Gregory Carlton
Dr. Carlton joined the faculty of Cal Poly Pomona in fall 2006 from the University of Hawaii, where he earned his MBA and Ph.D. and taught undergraduate and graduate courses in the College of Business Administration. In keeping with Cal Poly Pomona's “learn-by-doing” approach, he uses a teach-by-doing approach in the field of computer forensics, in addition to conducting research and publishing within this field. He is also a practitioner with an active caseload.
- CIS 101 Introduction to Microcomputing
- CIS 305 Database Design and Development
- CIS 481 Computer Forensics
- “Identifying trace evidence in data wiping application software,” co-authored with Dr. Gary C. Kessler, Journal of Digital Forensics, Security, and Law, Vol. 7, No. 2, 113-142.
- “A survey of contemporary enterprise storage technologies from a digital forensics perspective,” co-authored with Joseph Matsumoto, Journal of Digital Forensics, Security, and Law, Vol. 6, No. 3, 63-74.
- “A survey of cloud computing challenges from a digital forensics perspective,” co-authored with Hill Zhou, International Journal of Interdisciplinary Telecommunications and Networking, Vol. 3, Issue 4, 1-16.
- “Identifying a Computer Forensics Expert: A Study to Measure the Characteristics of Forensic Computer Examiners,” co-authored with Dr. Reginald Worthley, Journal of Digital Forensics, Security, and Law, Vol. 5, No. 1, 5-20.