Dave Chatterjee
Adjunct Associate Professor in the Pratt School of Engineering

Dave Chatterjee, Ph.D. is Associate Professor in the Department of Management Information Systems at the Terry College of Business, The University of Georgia, and a Visiting Professor at Duke’s Pratt School of Engineering. He will be teaching Cybersecurity 521, Cybersecurity Program Development, Operations, and Analysis in Spring 2022. 

Dr. Chatterjee’s interest and expertise lie in the various facets of information technology management, with current focus on cybersecurity and enterprise digitization. His work has been published in prestigious outlets such as The Wall Street Journal, MIT Sloan Management ReviewCalifornia Management Review, Business HorizonsMIS Quarterly, and the Journal of Management Information Systems. Dr. Chatterjee serves as Senior Editor of the Journal of Organizational Computing and Electronic Commerce. His book titled Cybersecurity Readiness: A Holistic and High-Performance Approach was published by SAGE Publishing in March 2021.

Dr. Chatterjee delivers talks around the world; moderates CXO panel discussions; conducts corporate training, workshops, and webinars; and provides consulting and advisory services. He has appeared on radio and TV interviews and is often quoted by news media on major technology-related developments. He has served on the corporate and community leadership board of a prestigious cybersecurity network of Chief Information Security Officers (CISOs) and on a CISO SWAT team.

Dr. Chatterjee is also the host of the Cybersecurity Readiness Podcast Series. Here are links to published episodes:

#1 -- Role of Top Management in Cybersecurity Governance: https://the-cybersecurity-readi.captivate.fm/episode/role-of-top-management-in-cybersecurity-governance/

#2 -- Protecting Academic Institutions from Ransomware and Other Forms of Attacks: https://the-cybersecurity-readi.captivate.fm/episode/protecting-academic-institutions-from-ransomware-and-other-forms-of-cyber-attacks/

#3 -- Going Above and Beyond the Mandated Checklist: https://the-cybersecurity-readi.captivate.fm/episode/going-above-and-beyond-the-mandated-checklist/

#4 -- The Human Vulnerability Factor: https://the-cybersecurity-readi.captivate.fm/episode/the-human-vulnerability-factor/

#5 -- Being an Effective Chief Information Security Officer -- https://the-cybersecurity-readi.captivate.fm/episode/being-an-effective-chief-information-security-officer-ciso/

#6 -- Holistic Approach to Cybersecurity Readiness -- https://the-cybersecurity-readi.captivate.fm/episode/holistic-approach-to-cybersecurity-readiness/

#7 -- Multidisciplinary and Integrative Approach to Cybersecurity Education -- https://the-cybersecurity-readi.captivate.fm/episode/multidisciplinary-and-integrative-approach-to-cybersecurity-education

#8 -- What Does Good Cyber Governance Look Like? A Legal Perspective -- https://the-cybersecurity-readi.captivate.fm/episode/what-does-good-cyber-governance-look-like-a-legal-perspective

#9 -- Cybersecurity Risk Reduction Tips for Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises (SMEs) -- https://the-cybersecurity-readi.captivate.fm/episode/cybersecurity-risk-reduction-tips-for-small-and-medium-enterprises/

#10 -- Passwordless Authentication: Myths and Realities -- https://the-cybersecurity-readi.captivate.fm/episode/passwordless-authentication-myths-and-realities/



For more professional details, please visit https://dchatte.com

Current Research Interests

Dr. Chatterjee’s interest and expertise lie in the various facets of information technology management – from technology sense-making to implementation and change management, data governance, internal controls, information security, and performance measurement. 

His current research focus is on cybersecurity preparedness and enterprise digitization.

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