Digital Forensics Concentration
Dr. Jan W. Buzydlowski’s research interests are that of data storage, data analysis, and the chasm in between them. He worked as a biostatistician involved with cancer research for a number of years, producing a number of papers on best treatments, as well as issues involved with clinical information systems. His other research interests and numerous publications are in extracting information from within text and documents, as well as data and information visualizations. He has taught mathematics, computer science, and information systems for the past thirty years and is happy to be home at his alma mater, Holy Family University, where he received his bachelor’s degree in mathematics. Dr. Buzydlowski also holds master’s degrees in computer science education from Arcadia University, as well as in statistics from Temple University. He earned his doctorate in information science and technology from Drexel University. He is a member of the ACM and IEEE and is currently vice-chair of the Princeton Joint Professional Chapter, ACM and IEEE Computer Society.
Robert P. Brennan is a former Internal Revenue Agent with over 37 years of experience in dealing with the Internal Revenue Service. As an agent he was responsible for the examination of individual, corporate and partnership returns. He has been qualified and has testified as an expert summary witness both for the government and the defense in criminal tax cases brought by the government. As a Revenue Agent he specialized in Income Reconstruction cases and authored Internal Revenue Manual sections dealing with reconstructing income where no books or records exist.
Since leaving the Internal Revenue Service his expertise is dealing with the Internal Revenue Service in civil and criminal tax matters. These matters include civil examinations, collections matters and criminal investigations. Having been a former Agent, this “government” mindset is invaluable in understanding where the IRS is coming from and how to effectively settle the case. He also specializes in conducting fraud examinations/forensic accounting investigations.
Bob is currently an Instructor of Accounting at Holy Family University teaching Forensic Accounting and other business related courses. He was a Director at CBIZ MHM, Inc. where he specialized in litigation support services. Bob was also an Adjunct Professor at Philadelphia University teaching “Business Fraud” in their MBA program. He has also been on the faculty of Ursinus College and Penn State University.
Bob is a lecturer for the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA). He has lectured before numerous professional organizations on the topic of Forensic Accounting and how to conduct a Fraud Examination.
Lucidi graduated summa cum laude from Holy Family University with a Bachelor
of Arts Degree in Computer Management Information Systems. He also
earned a Master of Science Degree in Information Systems Management from
Holy Family. Gregory has served as an adjunct faculty member at the
University since 2006 and has taught classes in both
the undergraduate and graduate programs in the University’s School
of Business Administration.
Gregory began his career in NJ state government in 1985 with the Department of Commerce where he worked in their budget, fiscal and information systems units. In 1993 he transferred to the Department of Law and Public Safety, Division of Law where he served as their computer operations manager. In 2009 he transferred to the NJ Office of the Attorney General within the Department of Law and Public Safety where he now serves as the Department’s Deputy Director of Information Technology. In his position as Deputy Director, he is responsible for the management and implementation of leading-edge technologies as well as managerial oversight for the day-to-day operations of Department’s Division of Law. In addition to his full time position, Gregory has worked part time since 1991 and continues to serve as the parish bookkeeper for St. Joseph the Worker Catholic Church in Fallsington PA.
John J. Pardini Jr. holds a Master of Science degree in Information Systems Management from Holy Family University and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Science and Mathematics from Thomas Edison State College. Pardini serves as Chief Technology Officer at Salem Community College (SCC) in Carneys Point, New Jersey. He manages the institutional technology staff and College resources to meet SCC's strategic IT priorities of supporting growing infrastructure needs, enhancing services for students, and integrating continuous assessment. Pardini brings over 14 years of technical and digital forensics experience in information technology, specializing in managing business projects in the Energy and Healthcare sectors.