The Cyber Academy Partners

Meet the Partners:

Eamonn Keane
Detective Inspector
Detective Inspector Eamonn Keane has worked with the Irish and Scottish Police for 31 years principally in the investigation of terrorism, serious crime, criminal investigation, public protection and community partnership policing. He has served and led on many high profile national cases and in all aspects of criminal enquiries particularly serious and sexual crime investigation, sex offender management and public protection.
Jamie Graves
CEO ZoneFox
Jamie is a data security and enterprise software entrepreneur and is the CEO at ZoneFox. ZoneFox specialises in helping our customers protect their business-critical assets; data and IP. ZoneFox has a proven track record protecting reputation, sales revenue, and competitive advantage. Jamie has a PhD in Computer Science, and extensive security and digital forensics experience. He attended the prestigious Ignite course at Cambridge University’s Judge Business School, and the Entrepreneur Development Programme at MIT.
Vassilios Manoussos,
Digital Forensics & Cybercrime Consultant
Vassilis (Basil) Manoussos is a Digital Forensics & Cybercrime Consultant. He is the owner of Strathclyde Forensics, a digital forensics consultancy based in Glasgow. He holds an MSc (Forensic Informatics) from the University of Strathclyde, a PGCHE (University of Sunderland), a BSc (Business) and an AAS (Computer Programming) from the American College of Greece. He is a forensics consultant and an Expert Witness. Vassilis is also Head of Digital Forensics & Training at The Security Circle. Vassilis has worked in several high profile cases that involved the News of the World, the NHS and Strathclyde Police to name a few. His experience ranges from data breaches in businesses, employment tribunals and disciplinary hearings, to criminal and family court cases. His experience in criminal cases (for the defence) includes crimes like indecent images of children, cyber stalking, murder, assault and stalking. He has analyzed complex digital crimes, gave evidence in courts, tribunals and professional conduct hearings. He has extensive experience in auditing forensic reports of other experts, from the private sector, government and the police.
Tomaz Klobucar
Dr. Tomaž Klobučar is a researcher at Laboratory for Open Systems and Networks at Jožef Stefan Institute and an assistant professor at Jožef Stefan Postgraduate School and DOBA Faculty of Applied Business and Social Studies. His main interests are technology enhanced learning and information security. Lately, he has been actively involved in the FP projects, such as iCamp (creation of a social software based personal learning environment), ELENA (creation of a smart space for learning), PROLEARN (technology enhanced learning) and UNIVERSAL (building of a platform for exchange of learning resources).
Prof. Dr. Jerman-Blažič
Prof. dr. Jerman-Blažič is a full professor at the University of Ljubljana, Department of Economics and is heading the Laboratory for Open Systems and Networks at Jožef Stefan Institute. The Laboratory under her leadership is involved more than twenty years in European Union Framework Program projects in the area of ICT and related field.
Cormac Callanan
2Centre Network Lead
Cormac Callanan is owner of Aconite Internet Solutions which offers specialised independent management, policy and technical consultancy to companies in relation to their Internet strategy and implementation. Aconite delivers intelligent solutions to demanding clients and brings technological advantage and innovative new opportunities to these clients.
Primoz Cigoj
Primož Cigoj, M.Sc. earned his Master’s degree at the Jožef Stefan International Postgraduate School. He studied computer science at the University of Ljubljana, Slovenia. Currently, he is a researcher and developer in the field of information security at the Laboratory for Open Systems and Networks, Jožef Stefan Institute. His research interests include Cloud Computing server-side and client-side approach to security in cloud computing. For the past year he focuses on the concept of Single Sign-On (SSO) implementation across open source and commercial cloud platforms.
Oliver Popov
Oliver Popov is a professor at the Department of Computer and Systems Sciences (DSV), Stockholm University, and a professor at the Department of Information Technology and Media, Mid Sweden University. Since 1998, he has been a full professor at Faculty of Informatics and Computing Engineering, Saints Cyril and Methodius, where now is a visiting professor.