Interdisciplinary Conference on Cybercrime




June 6, 2022


The School of Criminal Justice is pleased to announce that the MSU Interdisciplinary Conference on Cybercrime is back, and will be held via Zoom on Monday June 6, 2022.  The conference is designed to highlight the excellent work being conducted by academics, cybersecurity practitioners, and law enforcement to secure cyberspace and protect the public.  Topics for this year's presentations include understanding the cybersecurity postures of organizations, the manipulation of online payment systems by cybercriminals, threats to the supply chain, cyberterrorism, and other emergent threats.

This year's event also qualifies for CPE credit toward CISSP, CISA, and CISM certifications, so it is a great way to stay current. Additionally, this event qualifies for MCOLES credit for those from law enforcement agencies.

Please contact Terri Bulock via email ( or phone (517-355-2195) if you have any questions.


  • Speakers

    2022 Speakers

    • Associate Prof. Cassandra Cross, Queensland University of Technology, Australia
    • Mr. Pat Grobbel, Kroll, Inc.
    • Dr. Max Kilger, University of Texas-San Antonio
    • Dr. D. Kall Loper, Herjavec Group
    • Dr. Asier Moneva, Netherlands Institute for the Study of Crime and Law Enforcement
    • Dr. Marie Oullet, Georgia State University
    • Mr. Tom Siu, CISO, Michigan State University


    Click here for a full list of past speakers

  • Schedule
    Coming Soon
  • Register

    Registration Cost: no cost
    Deadline:  TBD


  • Archive

    These are previous year's presenters, their bios, and abstracts of their presentations (if provided).