Curriculum Vitae

A brief summary of Chuck Easttom's CV, is provided here.

University Degrees

  • B.A. Southeastern Oklahoma State University. Major Communications with Minors in Chemistry and Psychology. Extensive coursework in science (chemistry, physics, and biology) as well as neuroscience (neurobiology of memory, cognitive science, etc.). Also, additional coursework in computer science including programming and database courses. While attending he was named to the National Dean's List.
  • M.Ed. Southeastern Oklahoma State University. Coursework included technology related courses such as digital video editing, multimedia presentations, and computer graphics. A statistics course was also part of the coursework. While attending he was named to Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities.
  • M.B.A. in Applied Computer Science Northcentral University. Extensive course work in graduate computer science including graduate courses in: C++ programming, C# programming, Computer Graphics, Web Programming, Network communication, Complex Database Management Systems, and Artificial Intelligence. Additionally, a doctoral level statistics course was included. A research project in medical software was also part of the curriculum.
  • MSSE Master of Science in Systems Engineering. University of Texas at El Paso. The coursework includes studies in system requirements; system integration, verification, and validation; system architecture and design; and systems modeling & simulation. While attending he was named to the Phi Kappa Phi honor society and the Gold Key honor society.
  • D.Sc. Doctor of Science in Cyber security Capitol Technology University. Dissertation topic was "A Comparative Study Of Lattice Based Algorithms For Post Quantum Computing".
  • Ph.D. Doctor of Philosophy in Technology. Capitol Technology University. Dissertation topic "The Effects of Complexity on Carbon Nanotube Failures".
  • Ph.D. Doctor of Philosophy in computing from University of Portsmouth in England.  Dissertation topic: "Systematic Framework for Network Forensics Based on Graph Theory".

 

Industry Certifications

Over 70 industry certifications including: over 20 cyber security/forensics/pen testing certifications (CISSP,ISSEP, ISSAP, CASP, CEH, CHFI, CySA+, Pentest+, etc.);  programming/web development/database certifications (MCSA, MCSE, MCAD, etc.);  operating system/network certifications (Network+, A+, Linux+, Windows Server, etc.).

Publications

34 computer science related books on topics such as programming, web development, operating systems, digital forensics, cryptography, and cyber security. These are from publishers such as Pearson, McGraw Hill, Jones Bartlett, etc. Many of these are used as textbooks at universities, in over 60 universities around the world.

Over 70  scientific papers on topics such as cryptography, digital forensics, cyber warfare, and cyber security.

Patents

25 computer science related patents

Standards and Certification Creation

    1. Chair of IEEE P3123 Standard for Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning (AI/ML) Terminology and Data Formats.
    2. Member of IEEE P2995 - Trial-Use Standard for a Quantum Algorithm Design and Development Standards Group from 2021 to present.
    3. Member of IEEE Software & Systems Engineering Standards Committee. Working on the DevOps 2675 standards group 2017 to 2019.
    4. Current member of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Standards Committee. Standard for a Unified Terminology for Brain-Computer Interfaces P2731
    5. Editor in Chief for the American Journal of Science and Engineering 2017 to 2021
    6. Reviewer for scientific papers submitted to IEEE Security & Privacy and the IEEE Open Access Journal.
    7. Reviewer for Journal of Modern Mechanical Engineering and Technology – EBM
    8. Reviewer for the International Journal of Network Security (IJNS)
    9. Reviewer for the International Journal of Computer Science and Security (IJCSS)
    10. Reviewer for scientific papers submitted to Digital Forensics magazine for 2016 to 2018.
    11. Editorial board member for the year 2016 for Journal of Information Security Science & Digital Forensics.
    12. Reviewer for the Journal of Information Warfare for 2019.
    13. Editorial Review Board for International Journal of Cyber Warfare and Terrorism (IJCWT) 2018-2019
    14. Editorial board for the year 2016 member for The Forensic Examiner.
    15. Subject matter expert for the Computer Technology Industry Association (CompTIA) Server + exam creation team. I was part of the team that helped create the CompTIA Server+ certification test.
    16. Subject matter expert for the Computer Technology Industry Association (CompTIA) Linux+ exam review team.  I was part of the team that helped create the CompTIA Linux+ certification test.
    17. Subject matter expert for the Computer Technology Industry Association (CompTIA) Security+ exam Job Task Analysis team.  I was part of the team that helped create the CompTIA Security+ certification test.
    18. Subject matter expert for the Computer Technology Industry Association (CompTIA) Certified Technical Trainer exam revision team.
    19. Created the EC Council Certified Encryption Specialist course and certification test. Then revised the course and certification in 2017.
    20. Created the EC Council CAST Advanced Encryption course.
    21. Worked on the Job Task Analysis Team for the Certified Ethical Hacker v8 test.
    22. Created the video courses for EC-Council CASE (Certified Application Security Engineer) courses for Java and .Net
    23. Member of the advisory board for Embry Riddle University cyber security program within the Homeland Security degree program 2016-2018.
    24. Created the OSCFE (OS Forensics Certified Forensic Examiner) course and test
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    Speaking Engagements

    Over 70  speaking engagements including at Defcon, ISC2 Congress, Secure World, IAFLS, AAFS, Secure Jordan, Hakon India, Hacker Halted, etc. Dr. Easttom is also a Distinguished Speaker of the ACM.

    Professional Awards and Memberships

    1. Distinguished Speaker of the ACM (2017 to 2020)

    2. Distinguished Visitor of the IEEE Computer Society (for the term of 1 January 2020 through 31 December 2022)
    3. Member of the International Association of Cryptological Research (IACR)
    4. Senior Member of the ACM (Association of Computing Machinery) and member of two special interest groups
    5. Senior Member of the IEEE (Institute of Electronics and Electrical Engineers)
    6. Member of the IEEE Computing group
    7. Member of INCOSE International Council on Systems Engineering 7. Member of the IEEE Nanotechnology Society
    8. Member of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society
    9. Member of the International Council of Systems Engineers (INCOSE)
    10. Member of the American Physical Society (APS). Member of both the Quantum Information and Nuclear Physics divisions
    11. Associate Member of the American Academy of Forensic Sciences (2015 to 2018)
    12. Member of InfraGard (FBI-Civilian group for cyber security) 2013-2019
    13. 1992-1993 National Deans List
    14. Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities 1998
    15. Marquis Who's Who in America
    16. Marquis Who's Who in Education
    17. Marquis Who's Who in Science and Engineering
    18. Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society
    19. Gold Key Honor Society

    Academic Work

    Dr. Easttom has taught college courses, corporate training, as well as courses for various government agencies and friendly foreign governments.  In 2019 he was a Professor of Practice at Capitol Technology University teaching graduate courses and chairing various doctoral dissertation committees as well as Director of the Quantum Computing and Cryptography Research Lab at Capitol Technology University.

    He is currently an adjunct professor teaching graduate digital forensics courses for the University of Dallas.
    He is also an adjunct lecturer for Georgetown University teaching graduate cyber security courses in their Master of Professional Studies in Applied Intelligence program.

    He frequently assists and consults with various universities assisting in developing curriculum in cyber security, digital forensics, computer science, and related topics.

    He is also active in scientific and engineering conferences. Examples include:
    1. At the 2018 Annual IEEE 8th Annual Computing and Communication Conference at the University of Nevada in Las Vegas, he chaired a session on Artificial Intelligence, and another session on Computer Architecture and VLSI.
    2. At the 2019 Annual IEEE 9th Annual Computing and Communication Conference he was a keynote speaker presenting a talk on "The impact of complexity and emergent properties on engineering". He also chaired a session on "IOT, Robotics and Machine Vision" as well as a session on "Mobile and Wireless Communication, Network".
    3. On the technical committee for "Wireless & Sensor Networks & Cybersecurity; Mobile Computing and Security" IEEE IEMCON 2019 Conference.
    4. Technical Program Co-Chair for the 2019 International Symposium on Blockchain Computing and Applications
    5. On the technical committee for "Wireless & Sensor Networks & Cybersecurity; Mobile Computing and Security" IEEE Ubiquitous Computing, Electronics & Mobile Communications Conference (UEMCON) 2019 Conference.
    6. Technical program chair for International Conference on Cyber Security: Recent Threats and Trends (ICCSTT) 2019
    7. Technical reviewer and committee member for 2020 10th Annual IEEE Computing and Communication Conference for committee on Machine Learning, Big Data, Data Analytics, IOT, Artificial Intelligence and Image Processing
    8. General Chairperson for the 2020 Quantum Computing and Engineering Conference(CQEC).