• Professor Dayu Kao Ph.D.

  • introduction

    Position: Associate Executive Vice President, Professor, Doctor

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    Name of Firm

    Central Police University, Taiwan

    Name: Da-Yu (Ta-Yu) Kao

    Nationality: Taiwan

  • Education

    Ph.D., Department of Crime Prevention and Corrections, Central Police University, Taiwan (2009)

    M.S., Department of Information Management, Central Police University, Taiwan (2001)

    B.S., Department of Information Management, Central Police University, Taiwan (1993)

  • Membership of Professional Associations

    Part-time job of Lecturer in Taiwan Police College (2006)

    Part-time job of Lecturer or Professor in Central Police University (2006~2007; 2010~)

    Other Training

    CEH, CHFI, Antivirus Training, IRCA (International Register of Certificated Auditors) for ISMS, Analysis on Network Sniffer, Cyber Criminology, Cyber Forensics, Digital Evidence, Cyber-crime Investigation, Information Management, System Analysis, Criminal Profiling, Social Network Analysis, and so on.

    Countries of Work Experience



    Chinese: Native

    English: Fluent


    Da-Yu Kao is the Deputy Head of the Information Security Division of Bank, Taiwan. His crucial responsibility focuses on establishing, implementing, maintaining, and continually improving a Privacy Information Management System (PIMS), Business Continuity Management (BCM), and Information Security Management System (ISMS) in the form of an extension to NIST Cybersecurity Framework (CSF) for keeping pace with the evolving cybersecurity landscape. These activities help the organization respond to and recover from potential threats as effectively as possible.

    He is also a part-time Professor at the Department of Information Management, Central Police University, Taiwan. He has an extensive background in law enforcement and a keen interest in information security, ICT governance, technology-based investigation, cyber forensics, human resource development, and public sector globalization. He was a detective and forensic police officer at Taiwan's Criminal Investigation Bureau (under the National Police Administration).

    With a Master's degree in Information Management and a Ph.D. in Crime Prevention and Correction, he has led several investigations in cooperation with police agencies from other countries over the past 20 years. He is the Computer Crime Investigation Lab director at Central Police University and the webmaster of Cybercrime Investigation and Digital Forensics in the Facebook Group. He can be reached at dayukao@gmail.com.