Professor of Information Systems - ISQS
Education: Ph.D., Georgia State University (1981)
Area of Expertise: System Security Assessment, Critical Infrastructure Security, Fraud Detection.
Room Number: E305
Dr. Surya B. Yadav is a professor of information systems in the Rawls College of Business. He received his Bachelor of Science degree in electrical engineering from Banaras University in 1972, an M.Tech. degree from IIT Kanpur, India in 1974, and his Ph.D. degree in business information systems from Georgia State University, Atlanta in 1981. He has published in several journals including Communications of the ACM, IEEE Transactions on Software Engineering, IEEE Transactions on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics, Journal of Management Information Systems, Journal of Intelligent Information Systems, and Decision Support Systems. Dr. Yadav served as the Department Head of the Area of ISQS for nine years. He was co-director of Software Engineering Research Training and Education Center for several years. He continues to provide leadership in the Area and in the College. In most recent terms, he has been working on reviving the M.S. MIS program. He has been instrumental in increasing the M.S. MIS enrollment from a mere four students to over 60 students in just two years.
- A Comprehensive Method to Assess Work System Security Risk - 2014
- Successful ERP Implementation: An Integrative Model - 2013
- A Computational Model for Financial Reporting Fraud Detection - 2011
- Business Intelligence Conceptual Model - 2011
- A Six-View Perspective Framework for System Security: Issues, Risks, and Requirements - 2010
- A Conceptual Model for User-Centered Quality Information Retrieval on the World Wide Web - 2010
- Automation of Webpage Quality Determination – 2008
- SEACON: An Integrated Approach to the Analysis and Design of Secure Enterprise
Architecture Based Computer Networks - 2008
- A Hybrid Instruction Design of a Database Course: from Concept to Implementation
- A Comprehensive Agent-Based Architecture for Intelligent Information Retrieval in
a Distributed Heterogeneous Environment - 2002
Critical Infrastructure Security Assessment
Fraud Detection in Asynchronous Communication
Awards and Honors
Member of Upsilon Pi Epsilon.
USDA Award. Building Market Systems Capacity in Bangladesh. $223,454. 2014.
- Reengineering Computer Networks: Planning and Implementing ATM Technology,” $22,000.
Student Researcher Award by NASA for two years - 1997-1999.