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Microsoft word - resume.tpk.20100218.docEDUCATION
Ed.D., Doctor of Education in Higher and Adult Education. Teachers College, Columbia
University, New York, New York, 1990.
Doctoral Dissertation Title: Facilitating Adult Learning Through Technology Based Distance
M.A., Master of Arts in Higher and Adult Education. Teachers College, Columbia
University, New York, New York, 1990.
Masters Degree Essay: Philosophical Foundations of Adult Education
M.Sc., Master of Science in Mathematical Methods and Operations Research. School of
Engineering and Applied Science, Columbia University, New York, New York, 1971.
Masters Degree Project: Performance of the Fletcher-Powell Conjugate Gradient Optimization
B.A., Bachelor of Arts in Mathematics (Dean's Honor List). Columbia College, Columbia
University, New York, New York, 1970.
Additional Studies at:
The University of Calgary Harvard Graduate School of Education (MLE'’91) Princeton University (TASP’65) Banff Centre for Continuing Education Computer Security Institute SAP Canada, Inc. ACADEMIC EXPERIENCE
2004 to Present
Professor and Associate Dean (Academic, MEDes Program) Faculty of EVDS
Adjunct Professor, Department of Computer Science
Coordinator, EVDS Ph.D. Program
Director, Interdisciplinary Graduate Program
Teaching at the graduate and undergraduate level, graduate student supervision, service and
administrative activities including Director of the university-wide Interdisciplinary Graduate
Program with approximately 50 students in Program. Research focusing on Computer Security,
Social Implications of Technology, Intelligent Environments, Smart Communities.
2003 to 2004
Professor, Faculty of Continuing Education. Taught courses including GNST 301.15, The
History of the Internet to 60 undergraduate students and supervised 10 MCE students and 1 PhD
1993 to 2003
Dean and Professor, Faculty of Continuing Education. CEO of a faculty with seventy staff
members, a budget in excess of $19M Cdn. and a wide range of lifelong learning programs.
Responsible for all aspects of planning, staffing, financial administration, and setting strategic
direction. Assisted University administration in many aspects of technology-based learning and
new program development in post-degree continuous learning.
Faculty created an innovative, distance delivered Master of Continuing Education program
combining face-to-face and technology-based learning, as well as Calgary’s largest suite of non-
credit and professional development courses, and won numerous awards.
1993 to Present
Adjunct Professor, Department of Computer Science. Teaching and research, primarily at
the graduate level, in computer systems, security, and public policy. Last course taught was
CPSC 601.51, Public Policy Implications of Emerging Technologies
Associate Dean, Research and Development, Faculty of Continuing Education.
Responsible for research efforts within the Faculty and for certain administrative and managerial
functions e.g. Conference Centre, and Faculty Research Ethics Committee.
1976 to 1991
Associate Professor, Faculty of Continuing Education and Adjunct Associate Professor,
Department of Computer Science, The University of Calgary. Also Program Director,
Computers and Mathematics in Faculty of Continuing Education
In charge of all non-credit math and computer courses and seminars. Planned and implemented
approximately 100 offerings per year. Designed courses and seminars in collaboration with
instructors from industry and academia. Coordinated course planning, advertising and publicity.
Recruited and trained all instructors, and supervised administrative and technical staff. In
Computer Science, taught courses in Data Communications, Programming Languages and
Computer Security. Undergraduate teaching recognized with a 3M Teaching Fellowship in
1989, a Students Union Teaching Excellence Award in 1991 and an invitation to the Lilly
Conference on College Teaching (West,) Also supervised graduate students and served on
dissertation and departmental committees.
Principal Investigator on several major projects funded by Northern Telecom Canada Ltd. These
included Norstar Educational Feature Set (1990), and Innovative Applications of Voice Mail in
1972 to 1976
Systems Programmer III, Department of Computer Services, The University of Calgary.
Performed operating systems development and maintenance at the assembler language level on
large CDC and IBM mainframes. Launched a seminar program on operating systems and taught
courses on various technology-related topics.
1970 to 1972
Programmer/Analyst, College Entrance Examination Board, New York, N.Y.
Designed business oriented on-line systems. Served as computer support analyst for educational
research projects of Dr. Nurhan Findikyan (C.E.E.B.) and Dr. Fred Kerlinger (New York
University, Department of Educational Psychology.)
PROFESSIONAL HONORS, AWARDS, AND DISTINCTIONS
2008 Distinguished Visiting Scholar, Centre for Canadian Studies, Javdapur University, 2007 Order of the University of Calgary (highest award “recognizing exemplary and distinguished service to the University”) presented at November 2007 Convocation 2006 Fellow, Canadian Information Processing Society (one of 18 in Canada) 2005 CIPS Calgary Member of the Year (Finalist) Selected by National Defence for a Mission to Camp Mirage and Camp Julien near Kabul, Afghanistan, Nov 27-Dec 10, 2004 (one of 10 in Canada) 2004 Appointed to NSERC PromoScience and Michael Smith Award committees 2004 Shad International Award for Service (Shad International, Waterloo, ON) 2003 Calgary Award (Education Category) Presented by Mayor David Bronconnier at City Hall. This is the highest honor presented by the City to a citizen. The Queens’ Jubilee Commemorative Medal. Presented by Lieutenant Governor Finalist, I.S.P. Professional of the Year, Canadian Information Processing Department of State, United States of America, Award of Recognition for Service, presented by US Consul General Raul Chavera, Calgary, Alberta Certified Information Systems Security Professional CISSP, ISC2, Falls Church, Award for outstanding contribution to CANARIE’s e-Learning Program SEAMEO Award, “For the Assistance and Contribution during the first Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organization Education Congress, Bangkok, Thailand” Member, Selection Committee, Smart Communities Demonstration Projects, Industry Canada. This group was responsible for allocating $60M in funding to projects cross the country. Member, Blue Ribbon Panel on Smart Communities, Hon. John Manley, Minister, Industry Canada. One of twenty Canadians selected and also Chair of Subgroup on Smart Services 1998 Gary Hadford Professional Achievement Award, Canadian Info Processing 1997 Outstanding Contribution to Alberta Science and Technology, ASTech Foundation Educator of the Year Award, Phi Delta Kappa, Calgary Chapter Appointed the first Van Horne Fellow with $15,000 stipend plus travel allowance to research "Telecommunications Regulation for Education in Canada." Reviewer, Strategic Theme Program, "Science and Technology Policy in Canada," Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council Chair, University Committee on Art in Public Spaces University of Calgary Students Union Teaching Excellence Award McBain Award for Medical Journalism (Heart & Stroke Foundation) Information Systems Professional (Charter Member) $1,000 Prize, PJ Ward Associates Ltd. (Toronto) Appointed Contributing Editor, Arthritis News (Toronto) $ 1,000 Prize, PJ Ward Associates Ltd. (Toronto) Alberta Heritage Foundation for Medical Research, $25,000 Technology Transfer grant for Biological Image Analysis System (with Dr. S. Krawetz) Appointed to International Board of Referees, Computers & Security Distinguished Visiting Professor, California State University Elected Chairman, Alberta Chapter, Association for Computing Machinery Visiting Lecturer, University of Southern California, at the invitation of Everett C. Rogers, Annenberg Professor, Annenberg School of Communications. (Los Angeles, CA) 1986 Invited to join IFIP Working Group 11.2, Office Automation Security, International Federation of Information Processing Societies. Canadian Science Writers' Association Award for CBC Radio Ideas Series "Crimes of the Future” Award of Program Distinction (with Dr. G.B. Ellis) Canadian Association for University Continuing Education, for "Computers by Educational Teleconferencing" Finalist, National Awards, "Best Writer - Radio Documentary," ACTRA (Toronto, ON) for "Alberta Towns" series Class of 1898 Memorial Scholarship (Columbia University, one awarded) Telluride Association Summer Program Fellowship, Princeton University “The Philosophical Concept of Liberty” with Prof. Robert Nozick One of sixteen Americans chosen for this program in a nationwide competition 1963 Admitted to Bronx High School of Science by competitive admission process RESEARCH GRANTS
From numerous organizations including Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council (Equipment and Operating,) The University of Calgary, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, the Alberta Heritage Foundation for Medical Research, E.R. Squibb Corporation, G.D. Searle Corporation, Industry Canada, Northern Telecom Canada Ltd. and International Development Research Centre (IDRC,) Shastri Indo-Canadian Institute EDUCATIONAL COMMUNICATIONS
Calgary Herald (and Canwest News Service) Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (Radio/TV) Have presented a large number of talks and demonstrations to technical audiences, professional groups and members of the public. Appeared on The National, The Fifth Estate, Sunday Morning, As It Happens, CBC National News and many other programs, working to educate the public about technology and its implications. Served as the Technology Correspondent for the national CBC Television program Midday, and prepared a once-a-week syndicated radio column for CBC for over a decade. Have written regular columns for Computerworld Canada, Business Edge News Magazine, and CanWest Global newspapers, as well as numerous other publications. TEACHING
Between 1976 and the present, have taught the following credit courses at the University of Calgary: Introduction to Computers (Microcomputer Version) Machine and Assembly Language Programming Elementary Programming for the Natural Sciences GNST 301.15 The History of the Internet CPSC 305 CPSC 599.05 Special Topics - Computer Security Techniques CPSC 601.47 Special Topics - Software Engineering CPSC 601.51 Special Topics - Public Policy Implications of Emerging Technologies CPSC 601.88 Special Topics - Advanced Computer Security Techniques COMS 717.58 Special Topics – The History of the Internet (Graduate Seminar) EVDS 683 Adv. Special Topics in EVDS (Calgary in 2050) Directed Study in EVDS – Building Smart Communities Have guest lectured in the following credit courses: GNST 341 Mass Communications and Canadian Society Taught over 150 courses and seminars for the Faculty of Continuing Education. Topics included: MS/DOS Operating System Computerwaves (Introduction to Computers) Software Engineering Computer Control and Security (Mathematical) Optimization Seminar Programming Realtime Systems Introduction to Computer Programming in C Data Communications I RPG II Programming Courses in the Registered Industrial Accountant (now CMA) program GRADUATE STUDENT SUPERVISION
Mr. Kenneth Barker, M.Sc., Computer Science, 1984 Thesis Title: Local Area Network Security I was Ken's supervisor and provided on-going guidance. We co-authored several papers and his thesis is an important contribution in the important sub-discipline of Local Area Network Security. He defended successfully in 1984, and is currently the Chair of the Computer Science department of the University of Calgary. I supervised John for approximately two years, during which time he completed qualifying courses and made a start on some computer security research, relating to user identification. However, he was forced to leave the University to return to Newfoundland for personal reasons and did not complete his degree program here. Mr. Roy Masrani, M.Sc., Computer Science, 1985 Thesis Title: Conceptual Analysis in Prolog I was Roy's interim supervisor for about 18 months, during which time we did research together on security aspects of the (then) emerging technology of Cellular Telephones. This work was supported by an NSERC operating grant, and produced several journal and conference publications. Roy ultimately did his thesis in the field of Artificial Intelligence, working with another supervisor with expertise in that area. He is currently VP & General Manager - Canadian Operations at IntellITrans LLC. Mr. John Harrison, M.Sc., Computer Science, 1989 Thesis Title: MOGL: A Motion Geometry Language Although not formally a member of John's committee, I worked closely with John over a three-year period and am acknowledged in his thesis. Dr. Rene Rajewicz, Ph.D., Faculty of Graduate Studies, 1990 Thesis Title: The Architecture of Innovation: Exploring the Adjacent Possible Thesis Title: Changes in Calgary's Groundwater Levels and Some Related Environmental Consequences: A 4-Dimensional Model
I was asked to be a member of Rene's supervisory committee because his research involved significant use of computerized Geological Information Systems (GIS.) In fact, in order to complete his work, he had to do original systems development in this area, which I supervised. He completed and successfully defended his thesis in April, 1990 and was awarded the Ph.D. degree. I served on his examining committee. Robert Este, Ph.D. candidate, currently serving on his committee and assisting Dr. Ian Winchester with supervision. Mr. Andrew Butt, Alliance Pipeline, Interdisciplinary Graduate Program PhD, admitted 2008. Topic: Visualization of Environmental Data Mr. Herve St-Louis, Master of Strategic Studies. Topic: Internet Propaganda and Warfare Mr. Andrew Chomik, Master of Strategic Studies. Topic: Web 2.0 Technology for Information Sharing by Governments PROJECT SUPERVISION
Have supervised a number of graduate and senior undergraduate Computer Science students in: Have also supervised project students from the Faculties of Nursing and Management in: Risk Management and Information Services MAJOR RESEARCH THRUSTS
In Computer Science, I focused my research on technical solutions to Computer Security
problems. I received a three-year NSERC Operating Grant as well as equipment grant to
investigate microcomputer based security techniques. I presented the results of this work at the
IFIP Computer Security Congress in Australia, and also spoke at the first DPMA (Data
Processing Management Association, Financial Industries Branch) Computer Virus Clinic at the
World Trade Centre in New York.
I was the lead author on a major paper in 1984, which first set out the security vulnerabilities
inherent in analog cellular telephone technology. This led to a greater awareness of the risks,
which are only now being addressed by the industry in the form of encryption and digital
Since 1987, 1 have served on the International Board of Referees of the most prestigious
computer security journal, Computers & Security (Oxford, U.K.) In this capacity I review and
comment on many important new approaches to computer security each year.
I have also conducted research into the social and legal aspects of computing, as evidenced by
my invited to Ottawa to participate in the Department of Justice Consultation that led to the
passage of Canada's first computer crime law in 1984.
After serving on the Government of Canada’s Blue Ribbon Panel on Smart Communities in
1998, I developed a research program in that area which is currently being funded by Industry
In Adult Education, I have carried out applied research in adult education techniques since my
appointment in the Faculty of Continuing Education. The focus has been on how adults learn
about technology, and more specifically how to defuse fears and avoid misconceptions. As a
subspecialty, I have taken a strong interest in gifted young adults, and have addressed the
national conference on Gifted Education on two occasions, sharing the results of my experience
with the Shad Valley program which I founded in Calgary in 1984.
With the sponsorship of Northern Telecom Canada Ltd., I did a number of studies (particularly
during my 1988 sabbatical) of how that company carries out its corporate education. I submitted
a 60 page report containing suggestions for using technology to enhance learning experiences
directed to NTCL's employees and customers. Some of these recommendations were actually
Along with co-researchers, I have developed and tried to clarify the concept of "Andragogy" (the
unique aspects of teaching adults) in journal articles in The Canadian Journal of University
Continuing Education, the Mountain Plains Adult Education Journal, and the Canadian Journal
for the Study of Adult Education.
Have served on Department, Faculty and University committees during every year. Have also served on selection, appointment and tenure committees, and for ten years on the University Senate and General Faculties Council. Particularly significant was my two year term on the Senate Honorary Degrees Committee, the GFC Informatics Committee, which sets University-wide computing policy, and my current service on the Advisory Selection Committee for the INNOVATIVE CONTINUING EDUCATION PROGRAMMING
In the 12 years I was in charge of the area, we have built the Computer Courses and Seminars program from a few disorganized courses to a suite of over 150 courses/seminars per year. We also have a successful and well established Information Technology Management Certificate Program (which I designed) and a Software Engineering Management Certificate in collaboration with Motorola University and ACTC Technologies, Inc. This unique Corporate/University collaboration allowed us to bring in state-of-the-art software engineering courses from Motorola, with a guaranteed intake of students from ACTC Technologies. We are the only institution in Canada licensed to offer these courses, and have had nationwide inquiries about them. We also launched a (unique in North America) collaborative program with Software company SAP AG which was highly successful, and an Object Oriented Software Technology program which served several hundred adults seeking advanced skills and knowledge in that area in a rich and supportive educational environment. I created the first (to the best of my knowledge) audio teleconference computer courses in the late 1970s. It received the 1981-82 Award of Program Distinction from the Canadian Association of University Continuing Education (shared with Dr. G.B. Ellis, the Director of our Teleconference Centre.) I also developed Canada's only computer course that includes a free computer! This was made possible by purchasing the entire Canadian inventory of Timex Sinclair 1000s at $50 each then including them in the course price. At a time when computers were beyond the reach of "ordinary people," this allowed several hundred students to experience their first "hands on" computer use. In support of our Distance Delivery computer courses, I traveled as far away as Peace River, running weekend computer labs. One innovation was the creation of a "laptop lab" which we used both on campus and for in-house presentations. Our first project was three weeks of hands on training for recently released inmates, conducted by the Alberta Seventh Step Society. It was fully funded by a grant from the Canada Employment and Immigration Commission. This important project was featured on Channels 2& 7 Evening News, in the University of Calgary Gazette, and in the Calgary Herald. The Teaching Excellence award that I received in 1991 was due primarily to my work in revamping the introductory Computer Science course taken by non-majors (CPSC 203, 1400 students/year) to incorporate a major team project instead of the traditional suite of assignments. This innovation was also recognized at the Lilly Conference on College Teaching (West) in Lake Arrowhead, California. SELECTED LIST OF PUBLICATIONS
Academic journals and conference proceedings:
Keenan, T.P., 2010, Gossip Goes Global: How Mis- and Dis-Information Goes Viral and Why We Should Care, presented at Hawaii International Conference on the Humanities, Honolulu, HI, Jan. 15, 2010 Keenan, T.P., 2009, “From ‘Billion Dollar Bubble’ to ‘Striking at the Heartland’: The Woeful Failure of Computer Professional Ethics and What to Do About It,” to be presented at Innovation in Management: The Cutting Edge in an Epoch of Global Collaboration, Poznan, Poland, May 21-22, 2009. Keenan, T.P., 2008, “When Spiders Bite: The Use, Misuse and Untended Consequences of “Silent Information,” Proceedings of the IFIP Summer School, Brno, Czech Republic, also being published by Springer Science & Business Media as a book chapter in 2009 Keenan, T.P., 2007, “On the Internet, Things Never Go Away Completely – The Growing Problem of Internet Data Persistence,” Proceedings of the IFIP Summer School on Identity Management, Karlstad, Sweden, August, 2007; also published by Springer Science & Business Media as a book chapter in 2008 in International Federation for Information Processing, Volume 262; The Future of Identity in the Information Society; Simone Fischer-Hübner, Penny Duquenoy, Albin Zuccato, Leonardo Martucci; (Boston: Springer), pp. 37–50. Keenan, T.P., 2007, “When Disclosure Becomes Spam - The Apparent Failure of Well Intentioned Privacy Policies and Legislation and How to Fix Them,” Proceedings of the Annual Conference of Western Social Science. Association , Calgary, Alberta, April 11-14, 2007 Keenan, T.P., 2005, “Becoming More Human by Becoming More Technological: Some Perspectives on the Next Fifty Years of Gerontechnology,” Proceedings, 2005 International Workshop on Gerontechnology and Care Services, Nan Kai Institute of Technology, Taiwan, Nov 22-24, 2005, Taichung, Taiwan, November 2005, Invited, pg. B-19 to B-29 and B-131 to B-144. Keenan, T.P., 2005, “Lead Us Not Into Temptation – Why Business and Governments Must Sometimes Choose to Cover Their Eyes,” Ethics the Guiding Light, St. John’s University, Oct 26-28, 2005, New York, NY, October 2005, One-page refereed abstract in conference book plus full paper on CD/ROM distributed at conference. Keenan, T.P., 2005. Review of Stephen M. Duncan’s. A War of A Different Kind: Military Force and America’s Search for Homeland Security, US Naval Academy Press, 2004, published in Journal of Military and Strategic Studies, July 2005, Keenan, T.P., 2004, Case Studies of Successful Transition to the Knowledge Economy, 32 page refereed monograph, commissioned by IDRC Canada, Ottawa, ON, Keenan, T.P., 2004, “Catch Me If You Can (Find Me) -- Technologies You'll Bless and Curse in 2005 and Beyond,” 10th Annual Conference of Canadian Fraud Examiners, ACFE, Toronto, May 2004 Keenan, T.P. 2004, “IntensIT Competition,” Science Alberta Foundation, Five minute video production aimed at students to illustrate the excellent careers available in Information Technology. Script writing and on air delivery, May 27, 2004. Keenan, T.P. 1994, "Review of University Continuing Education in Canada: Current Challenges and Future Opportunities, Brooke and Waldron, eds., Canadian Journal of University Continuing Education, 20(2), Fall, 1994, pp. 63-65 Keenan, T.P., 1994, "Copyright Issues and Computer Security: A Crash Course for Developers and Marketers," Proceedings, Canadian Multimedia Show, November 8, 1994. Keenan, T.P., 1992, "Of Mice and Men: Biologic Therapies Make the Best of Both Worlds," Arthritis News, 10(4) 12-16 Braxton-Brown, G., Averett, M., Keenan, T.P., 1992, "Responsible Facilitation: An Interactive, Flexible Approach," Canadian Journal of University Continuing Education, 28(2), Fall, 1992, 43-58 Keenan, T.P., 1992, "Right On Target: Biologic Therapies May Become Medicine's ‘Smart Bombs’," Arthritis News, 10(3) 7-9 Keenan, T.P., 1992, "Sizing Up Self-Help: How Do People Acquire Self-Efficacy?", Arthritis News, 10(2) 6-8 Keenan, T.P., 1992, "Who Benefits Most from Shad Valley?", Proceedings of 3rd Annual SAGE Conference/6th Canadian Symposium on Gifted Education, Calgary, AB, Sept. 24-26, 1992 Braxton-Brown, G., and Keenan, T.P., 1991, "Review of Brookfield, Stephen, "The Skillful Teacher," The Canadian Journal for the Study of Adult Education, May 1991. Also published in Canadian Journal of University Continuing Education, 27(l), Spring, 1991 Keenan, T.P., and Braxton-Brown, G., 1991, "Coach, Consultant, Critic, Counselor: The Multiple Roles of a Responsive Facilitator," MPAEA Journal of Adult Education, 19(2), Spring, 1991 Keenan, T.P., 199 1, "Ethical Issues at Forefront as Canada's Plastic Surgeons Meet," Canadian Medical Association Journal, 145(8) 1029-1031 Braxton-Brown, G. and Keenan, T.P., 1990, "Four Rs of Andragogy in Continuing Education Practice," Canadian Journal of University Continuing Education. Keenan, T.P., 1990, "What's Your Next Virus?," Third Annual Computer Virus Clinic, The World Trade Center, New York, N.Y. Data Processing Management Association Financial Industries Chapter. Keenan, T.P., 1989, "Computer Science with an Entrepreneurial Flavor," Third Canadian Conference on Entrepreneurial Studies, Calgary, AB. Keenan, T.P., 1989, "Prostaglandins, Arthritis News, 7(3), pg. 6-8, September, 1989. Keenan, T.P., 1989, "Drug Induced Lupus Provides a Model for Understanding Systemic Lupus," Arthritis News, 7(2) pg. 14-16, June 1989. Keenan, T.P., 1989, "Emerging Vulnerabilities in Office Automation Security," Computers & Security 8(3), pg. 223-227. Keenan, T.P., 1989, "Listening to Knees," Arthritis News, 7(l), pg. 204, March, 1989. Keenan, T.P., 1988, "Ethical Issues Highlight Pediatricians Meeting," Canadian Medical Association Journal, Volume 139, No. 5, September 1, pg. 438-439. Keenan, T.P., 1988, "Emerging Vulnerabilities in Office Automation Security," Proceedings, Fifth International Conference and Exhibition on Computer Security, Gold Coast, Australia. Keenan, T.P., 1988, "Minoxidil, Retinoic Acid Among Topics at Dermatology Meeting," Canadian Medical Association Journal, Volume 139, No. 7, April 1, pg. 654-655. Keenan, T.P., and Krawetz, S.A., 1988, "Computer Video Acquisition and Analysis System for Biological Data, Computer Applications in the Biological Sciences, Vol. 4, No. 1, pg. 203 -2 1 0. Keenan, T.P., 1987, "Ethics and Medicine Come Together at U.S. Conference," Canadian Medical Association Journal, Vol. 137, pg. 1136-1137. Keenan, T.P., 1986, "Technology vs. Tenderness," Canadian Medical Association Journal, 135(4,) pg. 382-385. Masrani, R., and Keenan, T.P., 1984, "Security and Privacy in Cellular Telephone Systems," Proceedings. Second International Conference on Computer Security, Toronto, ON, pg. 397-410 (presented by Keenan).
Barker, K.E., and Keenan, T.P., 1984, "Local Area Network Security," Proceedings, 1984
Conference of the Canadian Information Processing Society, Calgary, AB.
Keenan, T.P., and Ferris, K.L., 1983, "Information Security," Submissions to the
CIPS/Department of Justice National Consultation on Computer Abuse, Toronto, ON. (Also
available as Dept. of Computer Science Research Report 83/119/8, "Software and Data
Protection," April, 1983).
Keenan, T.P., 1982, "Strategic Issues in Distributed Data Processing," Proceedings, 1982 CIPS
National Conference, Toronto, ON.
Keenan, T. P., 1982, "The Computer Media, " Journal of the Alberta Association for Continuing
Education, Volume 10, No. 1, pg. 39-44.
Ellis, G.B., and Keenan, T.P., 1982, "Microcomputers, Videotex, and Educational
Teleconferencing," Proceedings, "International Conference on the Application of Micro and
Computers," Tel Aviv, Israel.
Books and monographs:
Keenan, T.P., 1989, "Emerging Vulnerabilities in Office Automation Security," in Caelli, W.J.
(ed.) Computer Security in the Age of Information, Amsterdam: North Holland, 1989, pg. 139-
Keenan, T.P., Lypowy, G., Wirun, C., 1988, notes for "Defending Your Computer" Seminar,
Calgary, AB. (Monograph).
Keenan, T.P., 1987, "Adult Education and the Computer," in Leirman, Walter and Kulich,
Jindra, eds., Adult Education and the Challenges of the 1990s, Kent, England, Croom Helm.
Keenan, T.P., 1987, "Roads and Computer Technology," in Prof ir. J. Mortelmans, ed.,
Proceedings, XVIII World Conpress, Association Internationale Permanente des Congres de la
Route, Bruxelles, PIARC, 1987, pg. 957-959.
Keenan, T.P., and Ferris, K.L, 1985, "Notes for National Consultation on the Admissibility of
Recorded Evidence," (binder.) Association of Records Managers and Administrators, Ottawa,
ON, March 28-29,1985
Masrani, R., and Keenan, T.P., 1984, "Security and Privacy in Cellular Telephone Systems," in
Finch, J.H., and Dougall E.G. (eds.), Computer Security: A Global Challenge, Amsterdam:
Elsevier Science Publishers B.V., pg. 457-470.
Professional Journals and Magazines:
Keenan, T.P., 1992, "Arts Medicine Centres: A New Answer to an Age-Old Problem,"
Performing Arts, 27(2) 4-6
Keenan, T.P., 1992, "What to Worry About Next in Computer Security," The MicroByte, 5(3),
Keenan, T.P., 1989, "AGT Kicks off ISDN Field Trial," Computing Canada, 15(21) pg. 42,
October 26, 1989.
Keenan, T.P., 1989, "Communications Crime: The Frontier in Computer Security," Proceedings.
10th National Datapac User Group Conference, Toronto, ON, October 24-26, 1989, pg. 60-65.
Keenan, T.P., 1989, "New Insights on Computer Viruses at Clinic," The Big Byte, 2(3) pg. 7,
Keenan, T.P., 1989, "Bogusware - Year of Living Dangerously," NOW (P.J. Ward Ltd., Toronto,
ON,) April 1989.
Keenan, T.P., 1989, "Science and the Media," Canadian Medical Association Journal, 140(2),
223-224, January 15, 1989.
Keenan, T.P., 1988, Notes for "LANS, Workstations, Networking Security," 10th Annual Fall
Conference, CIPS, Calgary, AB, November 10, 1988.
Keenan, T.P., 1988, "Computer Viruses: Symptom of an Ethical Crisis in Computing?," NOW,
P.J. Ward Associates LTD., 88th edition, March/April 1988.
Keenan, T.P., 1988, "New Security Vulnerabilities in Office Automation," opening keynote
address, Proceedings, Datapac User Group Western Regional Conference, April 27-28, 1988.
Keenan, T.P., Jennings, C.J., Bremner, D.D., and Krawetz, S.A., 1987, "Computer Video Expert
System for Biomedical Applications," poster presentation at Alberta Heritage Medical Research
Days, Calgary, AB.
Keenan, T.P., 1987, "Gaining the Competitive Edge," Directions, Petro-Canada, Autumn 1987,
pg. 12-14 / also in French, "Une longueur d'avance."
Keenan, T.P., 1987, "Electronic Communication and Crime," Proceedings, "Second Guelph
Symposium on Computer Conferencing," Guelph, ON, June 1-4, 1987.
Keenan, T.P., 1987, "Office Automation and Security," Proceedings, Western Regional
Conference, Datapac User Group," May 13-14, 1987, Vancouver, BC, Chapter 9, pg. 1-6.
Keenan, T.P., 1987, "Kids and Computers at the University of Calgary: Influencing the Direction
of Computing," The Big Byte, January 1987, pg. 5-6.
Keenan, T.P., 1986, "Adult Education and the Computer," Proceedings, "Adult Education and
the Challenges of the 1990's," Leuven, Belgium.
Keenan, T.P., 1986, "A Few Tips on Networking," Proceedings of the Five Year Reunion, Shad
Valley Summer Program, Waterloo, ON, August 15-17,1986, pg. 5.
Keenan, T.P. and Wainman, Dwight, C.A., 1986, Notes for "Information Technology in the
Accounting Practice: Opportunities and Pitfalls," Canadian Institute of Chartered Accountants,
Keenan, T.P., 1985, "Information Management in the Public Service," Ottawa, ON, Institute of
Public Administration in Canada, IPAC Review.
Keenan, T.P., 1985, "Electronic Learning," Proceedings, Thirty Second World Assembly,
International Council on Education for Teaching," Vancouver, B.C., July 22-26, 1985
Keenan, T.P., 1985, Proceedings, "National Consultation on Admissibility of Recorded
Keenan, T.P., 1984, "Narrow Spectrum Mode of Future?," Medical Tribune, 25(35.)
Keenan, T.P., 1984, Notes for "Introducing Computers as Evidence," 66th Annual Meeting,
Canadian Bar Association, Winnipeg, MB.
Keenan, T.P., and Ferris, K.L., 1983, "Ways You Can Help Protect Your Corporate
Information," CIPS Review, 7(3)
Keenan, T.P., 1982, "University's Role Changes to Meet DP Training Needs," CIPS Review,
6(5,) p. 30-31.
Keenan, T.P., 1981, "A Computer Security Taxonomy for the Resource Industries," ACM
Mountain Regional Conference, Calgary, AB.
Over 1200 presentations to groups ranging from six elementary school students in Beiseker to six
thousand International Road Design Professionals in Brussels. Stops in between included the
Canadian Bar Association, Mensa's National Convention, the national conferences of the Canadian Institute of Charter Accountants and of the Canadian Bar Association, and Computer Security conferences in New York, London and Australia. Full list available on request. Selected Adult Education presentations include: -American Association for Adult and Continuing Education Annual Conference, Montreal, October 16, 1991 -Lilly Conference on College Teaching - West, Lake Arrowhead, CA, March 2, 1991 -American Association for Adult and Continuing Education Annual Conference, Salt Lake City, UT, October 31, 1990 -Tenth Annual STLHE Conference in Teaching and Learning in Higher Education, Montreal, June 18, 1990 CONSULTANT EXPERIENCE
Canadian Federation of Agriculture, Ottawa, ON Canadian Young Farmers Forum, Calgary, AB 1984-2008 Shad Valley International (Calgary Program) ID2008: Identity Theft Conference, Vancouver, B.C. National Managers Community, Government of Canada Industry Canada, Pacific and Northern Branch Health Canada, Multigenerational Workshop 2006 Olds College, Community Learning Centre 2005 Security Management CorporationComputer forensics 1998 Canadian Association of Petroleum Landmen Keynote speech 1997 Code, Hunter Wittmann, Barristers & Solicitors Expert witness PERSONAL
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