Faculty Member Computer Networking & Cybersecurity 
Division of Information Technology & Sciences 
Pronouns He/Him/His
Areas of Expertise
  • Digital Forensics, Web Browser Security, Malware, Secure Software Development, Penetration Testing
  • Network Forensics, Network Security
Contact 115B / Ireland


Furkan Paligu is an assistant professor of computer networking and cybersecurity in Champlain College. He has his Bachelor’s degree in Computer Engineering from Marmara University, Master’s degree in Cybersecurity Engineering from Istanbul Sehir University, and Doctorate degree in Digital and Cyber Forensics Science from Sam Houston State University. He has taken part in various information technology and cybersecurity projects in governmental institutions. An extensive part of his work has been focused on large scale projects in complex domains including data leak prevention systems, voice translation engines, customer application and management systems, static code analyzers, malware scanning systems operating on cloud architecture, electronic signature systems, and electronic cash registers.

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