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Pamela King, M.S.

Pamela King, M.S.

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Center for Data and Society
Instructor of Digital Forensics
St. Joseph Hall, Room 8

Pamela King worked for nearly 20 years in law enforcement as a civilian specialist in digital forensics and cybersecurity for a federal program providing investigative support and information sharing regionally to state and local law enforcement agencies.  While working in law enforcement, she produced tactical and strategic intelligence analysis for law enforcement and supported active high technology investigations by extracting evidence from digital media and computers.  She conducted numerous professional training seminars in cybercrime and digital forensics for state, local, federal, tribal, international, and military police.  She was employed by the Federal Bureau of Investigations (FBI) for the Computer Analysis and Response Team (CART) assigned to the NJRCFL (New Jersey Regional Computer Forensics Laboratory).  Following this, she worked in private industry doing cyber investigations, digital forensics, and e-discovery for over a decade.  During her career, she was also the manager of several IT departments and was responsible for cybersecurity infrastructure, standard operating procedures, audits and assessment.

She began teaching at various colleges as an adjunct for courses in digital forensics, computer science, cybersecurity and criminal justice beginning in 2007. In 2014, she began working as a full time faculty instructor at CHC in the Computer Science and Information Technology Department in the Center of Data & Society.  She teaches, advises students, and manages programs for the School of Undergraduate Studies Digital Forensics and Cybersecurity (BS) degree programs, and the School of Graduate Studies Cybersecurity (MS) degree program. 

Educational Background: 
  • M.S. in Criminal Justice, Holy Family University
  • B.S. In Law and Justice, The College of New Jersey
Courses Taught: 
  • CMDF 200
  • CMDF 220
  • CMDF 300
  • CMTC 190
  • CMTC 230
Scholarly Interests: 
  • Over 17 year background conducting digital forensic examinations in active law enforcement investigations.
  • Developed and delivered extensive training programs in digital forensics for law enforcement and and private industry.
  • Several years in private industry doing litigation support and e-discovery work.
  • Current focus on research and academic instruction in areas where technology and law intersect.
  • High Technology Crime Investigators Association
  • International Association of Computer Investigative Specialists
  • Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers