Criminal Justice Alum Brings Cybercrime Knowledge to Canadian News
Chris Kayser (MET’16), founder, president, and CEO of the Calgary-based security firm Cybercrime Analytics, Inc., has been on a prolific run of making news as a cybercriminologist.
It began with an April interview in the Kingsville Observer (Canada) titled “OPP major crimes unit to probe racist fake help wanted ad.” From there, Kayser took to authoring his own columns, published in the same newspaper. His first story, published in May, addressed a growing concern: “Cybercrime is big business where risk is low, reward high.” The second, appearing in July, examined ways in which “[s]mart technology leaves homes, businesses vulnerable to online attack.”
Kayser, who holds a criminal justice master’s degree from BU MET, is the author of two books: Cybercrime through Social Engineering–The New Global Crisis and How to Master an Online Degree–A Guide to Success.
To read Mr. Kayser’s work, visit the Kingsville Observer.