Kevin O'Shea is adjunct faculty in justice studies and project director for the Technical Analysis Group in Justiceworks at the University of New Hampshire. In the latter capacity, O'Shea supports the implementation of the New Hampshire Strategic Plan to Combat Cyber Crime. Prior to working with the University of New Hampshire, O'Shea was a Research Associate for Project Management within the Technical Analysis Group in the Institute for Security Technology Studies at Dartmouth College. He was a member of the research team and substantive author of three critical national reports to document and present the most pressing impediments facing the law-enforcement community when investigating and responding to cyber attacks. O'Shea is a certified GSEC and has lectured on information security, law enforcement technology, cyber terrorism and online research methodology to numerous organizations including the Silicon Valley HTCIA and the Board of Directors of The International Association of Fire Chiefs (IAFC). Most recently, O'Shea provided content and instruction on open source intelligence research methodology and terrorist use of technologies based on the TAG Examining the Cyber Capabilities of Islamic Terrorist Groups report at the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center's pilot Counter Cyber Terrorism Investigator Training course. O'Shea recently contributed to the Office for Domestic Preparedness sponsored study assessing the interoperability of available Crisis Information Management Software (CIMS) and data fusion solutions.