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Prof. John Walker

Written by Roy Isbell

Professor John Walker is a Visiting Professor at the School of Computing and Informatics, Nottingham Trent University (NTU), owner and CTO of SBLTD, a specialist Contracting/Consultancy in the arena of IT Security and Forensics, and Security Analytics, the Director of Cyber Research at the Ascot Barclay Group. He is also activity involved with supporting the countering of eCrime, eFraud, and on-line Child Abuse, an ENISA CEI Listed Expert, an Editorial Member of the Cyber Security Research Institute (CRSI), the Chair of the ISACA London SAG, and in July 2012 was appointed Member of the ISACA International Guidance & Practices Committee (GPC), and is a Fellow of the British Computer Society (BCS). John is also a practicing Expert Witness in the area of IT, and the originator, and author of a CPD/MSc Module covering Digital Forensics, and Investigations.

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