Associate Professor of Information Systems and Security
Dr. Boyle’s research specialties include deception detection in computer-mediated environments, secure information systems, the effects of IT on cognitive biases, the effects of IT on knowledge workers and e-commerce.
He is the author of several textbooks and articles in academic journals, and he has conducted and published research on deception detection. One of his published studies, “Predicting Deceptive Behavior: Exploring antecedents to deceptive behaviors,” used a questionnaire he developed that he says can predict a person’s “propensity to deceive” with much higher accuracy than similar models.
He is a graduate of Florida State University and Brigham Young University.
Publications / Media References
Boyle is the author of Applied Information Security (2nd edition), Applied Networking Labs (2nd edition) and Corporate Computer Security (3rd edition). He has published in the Journal of Management Information Systems, International Journal of E-Collaboration and Journal of International Technology and Information Management. An interview with him on his deception detection research aired on WVTF public radio in June 2013.