Graduate Research Assistant at Purdue University
Doctoral Student in Electrical and Electronics Engineering - Purdue University
M.Sc. in Statistics
Graduate Certificate in Statistics
Graduate Certificate in Management for Engineers
GIAC Certified Forensic Analyst
B.S. Electronic Engineer
My research focus is to apply and develop data visualization, statistical, and data mining models in order to discover meaningful patterns in complex engineering problems.
Data Mining - Analytical Intelligence
I have extensive experience handling varying security threats, such as fraud prevention, regulating data access, and physical access control systems.
My security experience has been mainly in banking sector applying statistical models in order to solve problems about financial security, while my academic background has been primarily in electronics and data analysis, with an emphasis on data mining and computer forensics. During eight years as a security analyst, I have developed skills related to detect interest patters in engineering issues. I have also proven my ability to teach on various topics such as statistics, business intelligence, data visualization and data mining.
Through continuous education and research, I am up-to-date on industry trends and technologies about security and cyberattacks. Therefore, my focus is to ensure company information not only with the incident detection but also through prevention strategies.