Cyber Security EU 2016 are pleased to welcome Dr Dionysios Demetis Lecturer at the Business School of the University of Hull in the United Kingdom
Dr Dionysios Demetis is a Lecturer at the Business School of the University of Hull in the United Kingdom. He is also an Adjunct Professor for Henley-Putnam University in the United States (where most academic staff come from the CIA, U.S. Secret Service, FBI, NSA, and all branches of US military).
Dr Demetis holds a PhD in Anti-Money Laundering and Information Systems from the London School of Economics. He has taught on Information Systems Security and Information Systems while his research on AML and Risk has been featured in the select bibliography of the United Nations. For his work on big data and its consequences for financial crime, he has won the Emerald Highly Commended Award from the Journal of Money Laundering Control. He has worked on large-scale research projects for the European Commission and acted as a convener of the steering group for the Future of Identity for the Information Society (FIDIS), a large scale consortium of 25 academic/industry participants across the EU. He was an active member of the Computer Security Research Centre at the LSE and is currently part of the organising committee of the International Security Conference (in its 15th year now). Additionally, he is the author of two books: Science’s First Mistake, published worldwide by Bloomsbury Academic, and ‘Technology and Anti-Money Laundering: A Systems Theory and Risk-Based Approach’, published worldwide by Edward Elgar.