I am a cybercriminologist engaged in research, presentations, consulting, and publishing. I have a Masters degree in Criminal Justice with a Subconcentration in Cybercrime Investigation and Cybersecurity from Boston University.
As well, I have published a book, "How to Master an Online Degree - A Guide to Success that has become recommended reading for a number of university courses.
As of February 2020, I have published another book, "Cybercrime through Social Engineering - The New Global Crisis" that addresses new cybercrime-related threats that users of technology (UoT) face, and how to reduce the risks of being victimized by a social engineered cyberattack.
Cybercrime through Social Engineering - The New Global Crisis
Over 90% of all forms of phishing attacks include some element of social engineering (SE) tactics. Cybercriminals use SE to manipulate our human nature and human curiosity in efforts to cause us to be duped by their tactics to cause us to voluntarily accommodate a cyberattack. In this book, I have addressed many areas of SE and other important issues to assist users of technology (UoT) to become more aware of when they are being exposed to a SE cyberattack, and to learn to become more cyber-safe and cyber-savvy in order to reduce their risk of becoming a cybervictim.
How to Master an Online Degree - A Guide to Success2016