Academic qualification: PhD in Information Technology Security and Audit
Work experience: 18 Years in different institutions
Honours and awards : Best student overall – KTTC 2004 intake.
Professional affiliation/membership to professional bodies: Society of Educational Research and Evaluation in Kenya (SEREK) and association of Professional Societies of East Africa (APSEA), ResearchGate, Google Scholar
- Research interest: Mining digital forensic evidence for law enforcement, visual analytics for cyber security, threat modelling and anomaly detection.
- Ongoing research projects: Machine Learning in IT security, Data science, IT forensics, Cloud computing and Cyber security
Ronoh, L., Karie, N., & Rabah, K. (2017). Tracking and Harvesting Demographic and Related Information of Social Media Users as Forensic Evidence for Law Enforcement. Mara Research Journal of Computer Science & Security-ISSN 2518-8453, 2(1), 20-47.
Ronoh, L., Karie, N., & Rabah, K. (2017). Using SNA Centrality Metrics to Detect Suspicious Social Media Users to Aid Law Enforcement Agencies in Kenya. Mara Research Journal of Computer Science & Security-ISSN 2518-8453, 2(1), 1-19.
Ronoh, L. (2016). Using 2×4 Factorial Design to Assess IaaS Delivery Model Security Issues in Heterogeneous Cloud Deployment Models: Case of Selected Firms in Kenya. Mara Research Journal of Computer Science & Information Security. Vol. 1, No. 1, pp. 10 – 17 , ISSN 2518-8453
Ronoh, L. (2016). Mapping and Modeling Kenya’s Hospitality Industry Cyber Security Factors: Case of Selected Hotels in the North Rift. . Mara Research Journal of Computer Science & Information Security.. Vol. 1, No. 1, Pages 132 – 140, ISSN 2518-8453
Lamek K. Ronoh (2014). Security Concerns of Cloud Computing Models. LAP Lambert Academic Publishing. ISBN: 978-3-659-45243-7
Lamek K. Ronoh(2014). A+ Revision KCSE Computer Studies. Longhorn Publishers – Nairobi, Kenya. ISBN: 996636196 – 0