Richard L. BaskervilleDepartment of Computer Information Systems
Baskerville is Board of
Advisors Professor in the Department of Computer
Information Systems, J.
Mack Robinson College of Business at Georgia State University . His
research specializes in security of information systems, methods of
information systems design and development, and the interaction of
information systems and organizations.
His interests in methods extend to qualitative research methods and
the design science research paradigm.
Baskerville is the author of Designing
Information Systems Security (J. Wiley) and more than 200 articles in
scholarly journals, practitioner magazines, and edited books. He is co-editor of The European Journal of Information Systems, and associated with
the editorial boards of The Information
Systems Journal and The Journal of Database Management. Baskerville's practical and consulting
experience includes advanced information system designs for the U.S. Defense
and Energy Departments. He is chair of
the International Federation for Information Processing Working Group (IFIP
WG) on Information Systems Security Research.
He is a former chair of the Department, and of the IFIP WG on
Information Systems and Organizations, a Chartered Engineer under the British
Engineering Council (CEng), a Chartered IT Professional (CITP), a member of
The British Computer Society (MBCS) and Certified Computer Professional by
the Institute for Certification of Computer Professionals (CCP). Baskerville holds degrees from the