Associate professor, Philosophy and Information Security
Office: HA 218
MISSM, Concordia University College of Alberta
PhD, York University
Visiting Graduate Student, Oxford University
MA, York University
BA, University of Winnipeg
Dr. Lindskog holds a Masters degree in information systems security, and a PhD in philosophy. He has authored or co-authored 60 publications, and is Concordia’s Faculty Association President.
Dr. Lindskog’s current projects are: the development of software to manage large numbers of virtual internetworks under the control of various users; and the development of software to coordinate and verify the processes of digital forensic acquisition, and especially the acquisition of evidence from computer memory.
Philosophy of Wittgenstein; Philosophy of logic and language; Network security; Digital forensics (see ISSAM Research Cluster)
Diagnosis and Dissolution: from Augustine’s picture to Wittgenstein’s picture theory, Verlag Peter Lang, 2007