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Dr. Hershkop has taught courses at both Columbia University and University of Pennsylvania in the areas of programming languages, intrusion detection systems, embedded systems, data structures and algorithms, and artificial intelligence, among others. Dr. Hershkop was the assistant director of computer research facilities at Columbia University, where he was an active security researcher and developer with multiple publications and patents in the fields of computer security, data mining, machine learning, host and operating systems modeling, and electronic communications. Dr. Hershkop has also served as an expert witness for a major financial institution on a cyber-security cases.
Dr. Hershkop led a DARPA funded research project implementing a next-generation enterprise insider threat solution using document and user behavior to detect insider threat. His research interests cover big data and computer security problems involving data mining and machine learning, particularly in network flows, user profiling, and email analysis. Broadly speaking, his work and research are aimed at making computers smarter, safer, and more secure.