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There is 1 comment on This MET Cyber Sleuth Helped Find the Man Who Stole His Identity

  1. Great article! I’d like to note that Professor Choi is spearheading the third annual International White Hat Conference right here at Boston University, next week (June 1–2, 2022). Hosted virtually by Boston University Metropolitan College’s Criminal Justice Graduate Programs and the Center for Cybercrime Investigation & Cybersecurity, the conference is focused on “The Evolution of Illicit Crypto Use: Current Approaches and Future Challenges for Financial and Government Sectors.”

    It’s free, too. You can find details at: live.bu.edu/whitehat

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