Paul Rohmeyer (prohmeye)

Paul Rohmeyer

Adjunct - WebCampus

School of Business

Babbio Center 414
(201) 216-5385


  • PhD (2006) Stevens Institute of Technology (Information Management)
  • MS (1996) Stevens Institute of Technology (Information Management)
  • MBA (1991) St. Joseph's University (Financial Management)
  • BA (1989) Rutgers University (Economics)


Information Security Management, Risk Assessment, Project Management, Data Management, Business Intelligence, Innovation


Academic Experience

2015-Present Associate Teaching Professor, Stevens Institute, Hoboken, NJ
2017-2019 Program Director–MSIS, Stevens Institute, Hoboken, NJ
2014-2015 Assistant Professor, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University
2011-2014 Program Director, Stevens Institute, Hoboken, NJ
2008-2012 Member, Enterprise Computing Community at Marist College

Professional Experience

2001-Present IT Governance, Risk, and Compliance Consultant,
1999-2001 AXA Financial, New York, NY Director of IT
1995-1999 SAIC/Bellcore, Piscataway, NJ, Director of IT Architecture Planning
1991-1995 American Home Products, Madison, NJ, Manager of Corporate Systems

Institutional Service

  • Faculty Senate - Ad Hoc Committee on Information Technology Member
  • MSIS Faculty Committee Member
  • School of Business Ethics Committee Member
  • Program Director - MSIS Chair
  • MSIS Unit Review Committee Member

Professional Service

  • ISACA New Jersey Chapter Director - ISACA NJ Board

Professional Societies

  • Ponemon – Ponemon Institute Fellow
  • SIM – Society for Information Management Member
  • ISACA – Information Systems Audit and Control Association Member
  • PMI – Project Management Institute Member

Selected Publications


  1. Rohmeyer, P. (2018). Financial Cybersecurity Risk Management: Leadership Perspectives and Guidance for Systems, Institutions, and Markets.. Apress/Springer.

Conference Proceeding

  1. Aronson, Z.; Pantanakul, .; Rohmeyer, P. (2012). Managing the intangible aspects of a project: Qualitative and quantitative evidence on the affect of vision, artifacts and leader values on contextual performance and success in technology driven projects. Portland International Conference on Management of Engineering and Technology, Vancouver, Canada..


Stevens Institute of Technology: Graduate

FIN 545 Risk Management for Financial Cybersecurity
MGT 609 Project Management Fundamentals
MIS 620 Systems Analysis and Design
MIS 630/631 Data Management
MIS 636 Data Warehousing and Business Intelligence
MIS 640 Managing Information Networks
MIS 645 Cyber Security Principles
MIS 646 Information Security Management
MIS 647 Information Security and the Law
MIS 699 Managing Emerging Technologies
MIS 750 Managing IT Organizations
SES 602 Foundations of Systems Security Engineering
SES 622 Systems Security Engineering

Stevens Institute of Technology: Undergraduate

BT333 Relational Databases for IT
BT353 Project Management
BT421 Systems Analysis and Design