CENTER FOR RESEARCH IN INFORMATION SECURITY & PRIVACY
The Center for Research in Information Security and Privacy (CRISP) is a focal point for research in cybersecurity and privacy conducted in various departments at Georgia State.
The center is dedicated to research that seeks to understand and help shape the complex development, use and social effects of emerging cybersecurity technologies and policies. CRISP generates research ideas, programmatic outcomes and a pipeline of top-notch researchers. Through dynamic connections with academia, industry and government, the center promotes world-leading, multidisciplinary research across computer information systems, criminology, computer science, psychology, communication and law.
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Dr. Ramesh’s research focuses on supporting knowledge-intensive, complex organizational processes such as complex systems development, business process management, and agile software development. His work has appeared in leading publications such as MIS Quarterly, Information Systems Research, Journal of Management Information Systems, IEEE Transactions on Software Engineering, Communications of the ACM, Journal of the AIS, Information & Management, Requirements Engineering Journal, Annals of Operations Research, Decision Support Systems, and IEEE – Computer, Software, Internet Computing, and Intelligent Systems.