Marie-Michelle Strah, PhD is an expert in transnational cybercrime, enterprise security, global disinformation and information architecture. With more than 20 years’ experience in digital transformation, cybersecurity, information strategy, emerging technologies and risk management and compliance, she advises Fortune 500 and government clients on cloud, AI and machine learning for fraud prevention and detection solutions, as well as strategic design for privacy and security.
Dr. Strah has previously presented on disinformation as well as digital crimes at summits sponsored by The Wilson Center, CUNY, Microsoft, the Organization of American States, the Commonwealth Office and others. Dr. Strah’s previous work experience includes strategic roles at Infosys, Comcast NBCUniversal, Microsoft and GDIT. In addition, she was a US Army officer and holds an MA and PhD from Cornell University where she was a Javits Fellow.
She currently teaches in the International Crime and Justice program at CUNY John Jay College of Criminal Justice in New York. Her current research interests include transnational cybercrime and cybersecurity, disinformation and information warfare, organized crime and corruption, and cryptocurrency and payment card fraud.