Nina Kalwar

Mentor: Dr. Aditi Mukherjee
College of Warrington College of Business Administration
 
"I have a growing interest in learning about the implications of hacking and poor information security on firms and companies worldwide. When researching laws and policies regarding cybersecurity, however, I have found no unified system and have therefore decided to identify the proper method of maintaining security."

Major

Economics

Minor

Communication Studies, Information Systems

Research Interests

  • Econometrics
  • Information Security
  • Macroeconomic Theory

Academic Awards

  • Bright Futures Scholarship Recipient, 2013

Organizations

  • Freshman Leadership Council (FLC)
  • Florida Leadership Academy (FLA)
  • Warrington Diplomats

Volunteer

  • Give Kids the World

Hobbies and Interests

  • Reading
  • Traveling
  • Wake Boarding
  • Sky Diving

Research Description

Identifying Risk Associated With Global Economic Markets and Formulating Contingency Plans to Protect Information Security
How can economic market change influence significant effects on information security and cyberattacks? How can a global recession serve as the source for increased cyber-crime? This thesis will detail the effects of market changes on the protection of information in U.S. corporations, and describe the effect on the incidences of hacking and cyber threats in our nation. In addition, effective methods of contingency planning and the importance of preparedness in the development of secure systems will be discussed.