RANDY BOYLE
ASSISTANT PROFESSOR OF INFORMATION SYSTEMS & TECHNOLOGIES

Randy Boyle


CONTACT


PHONE801.626.7831

EMAIL: randyboyle@weber.edu

OFFICE: WB 282

ADDRESS:

1337 Edvalson St., Dept. 3802
Ogden, UT 84408

CV: Randy Boyle CV


ABOUT


Randall J. Boyle is an associate professor at Weber State University in the Goddard School of Business & Economics. He received his PhD in management information systems from Florida State University in 2003. He also has a master's degree in public administration and a BS in finance. His research areas 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.

Boyle has published in several academic journals such as Decision Support Systems, Journal of Management Information Systems, Journal of Computer Information Systems, and Journal of International Technology and Information Management. He has authored several books including Using MIS, Experiencing MIS, Corporate Computer and Network Security, Applied Information Security, and Applied Networking Labs.

Boyle has received university teaching awards at Weber State University, Longwood University, University of Utah, and University of Alabama in Huntsville. He has taught a wide variety of classes, including Cyber Security, Advanced Cyber Security, Telecommunications, Networking & Servers, System Analysis and Design, Decision Support Systems, Web Servers and Introduction to MIS.


EDUCATION


Ph.D., Management of information systems - Florida State University, 2003

MS, Public administration - Brigham Young University, 2000

BS, Business finance - Brigham Young University, 1998

AA, General education - Weber State University, 1996


AWARDS


  1. Weber State Davis Campus Outstanding Professor, Weber State University, (2017) university-wide.
  2. Delta Sigma Pi Teaching Award, Longwood University, (2015).
  3. Outstanding First Year Student Advocate, Longwood University (2014) university-wide.
  4. Sigma Sigma Sigma (SSS), Favorite Professor Award, Longwood University (2014) university-wide.
  5. Societas Digna, Crowned Seven Leadership Award, Longwood University (2014) university-wide.
  6. Delta Sigma Pi Teaching Award, Longwood University, (2013).
  7. Distinguished Teaching Award, College of Business & Economics, Longwood University, $1,500 prize award (2013).
  8. Pi Beta Phi Teacher Appreciation Award, University of Utah (2011), university-wide.
  9. Sigma Chi Distinguished Teaching Award, University of Utah (2011), university-wide.
  10. David Eccles School of Business MSIS Influential Teacher Award, University of Utah (2011).
  11. MSIS Contribution Award, University of Utah (2010).
  12. David Eccles School of Business MSIS Teaching Award, University of Utah (2010).
  13. David Eccles School of Business MSIS Faculty Excellence Award, University of Utah (2010).
  14. LDSSA Excellence in Education Award, University of Utah (2009), university-wide.
  15. Best Paper award for “Distributed Deception: An Investigation of the Effectiveness of Deceptive Communication in a Computer-mediated Environment,” International Journal of E-Collaboration (2008).
  16. Marvin J. Ashton Teaching Excellence Award, University of Utah, $5,000 prize award (2008).
  17. Undergraduate Teaching Award, University of Alabama in Huntsville (2005).

HOBBIES


Digging for fossils, helping tech startups, and running. 


WEB & SOCIAL MEDIA LINKS


LinkedIn


PUBLICATIONS & PRESENTATIONS


REFEREED PUBLICATIONS

  1. Boyle, R., Clements, J., and Proudfoot, J., (2017). Measuring Deception: A Look at Antecedents to Deceptive Intent (Forthcoming at American Journal of Psychology).
  2. Boyle, R., Chandrashekar, D., and Clements, J., (2017) Valuing Information Security: A Look at the influence of user engagement on information security valuations, Journal of Information Privacy and Security, 13:3, 137-156.
  3. Proudfoot, J., Boyle, R., Schuetzler, R., (2016). Man vs. machine: Investigating the effects of adversarial system use on end-user behavior in automated deception detection interviews, Decision Support Systems, 85:23-33.
  4. Clements, J., Boyle, R., and Proudfoot, J., (2016). Exploring political skill and deception. International Journal of Sociology and Social Policy 36(3/4): 138-156.
  5. McDonald, D., Boyle, R., Anderson, J., (2016). When Deceitful Chats Look Truthful. Journal of Computer Information Systems, 56(4): 331-340.
  6. Boyle, R., C. Kacmar, J. George (2010) Electronic Deception: How Proximity, Computer-mediation, and the Truth Bias may Influence Deceptive Messages. In Interdisciplinary Perspectives on E-Collaboration: Emerging Trends and Applications.  Hershey: IGI Global (ISBN-13: 978-1615206766).
  7. Boyle, R., C. Kacmar, J. George (2009) Distributed Deception: An Investigation of the Effectiveness of Deceptive Communication in a Computer-mediated Environment. In P. Zaphiris & C. S. Ang (Eds.), Human Computer Interaction: Concepts, Methodologies, Tools, and Applications (1970-1994).  Hershey: IGI Global. 
  8. Boyle, R., C. Kacmar, J. George (2008) Distributed Deception: An Investigation of the Effectiveness of Deceptive Communication in a Computer-mediated Environment. International Journal of E-Collaboration 4(3): 14-39. (Paper of the Year)
  9. Boyle, R., Ruppel, C. (2006). On-line Purchasing Intent: The Effect of Personal Innovativeness, Perceived Risk, and Computer Self-Efficacy. Journal of International Technology and Information Management 15(2): 61-74.
  10. Thatcher, J. B., Lee P. Stepina, Randall J. Boyle (2003). Turnover of Information Technology Workers: Examining Empirically the Influence of Attitudes, Job Characteristics, and External Markets. Journal of Management Information Systems 19(3): 231-261.

REFEREED CONFERENCE PAPERS

  1. Reed, D., and Boyle, R., (2017). The Social Value of Amending the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act and the Electronic Communications Privacy Act. Pacific Southwest Academy of Legal Studies in Business 2017 Annual Conference, Palm Springs, CA.
  2. McDonald, D., Boyle, R., and Anderson, J., (2014). Using an SOM to Visualize Deceptive Chat Content. International Association for Computer Information Systems, Las Vegas, NV.
  3. Proudfoot, J., Boyle, R., Clements, J., (2013). Mitigating Threats to Collaboration and CMC: Identifying Antecedents of Online Deviance. Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences, Waikoloa, HI.
  4. Boyle, R., Clements, J., Proudfoot, J., (2012). Predicting Deceptive Behavior: Exploring antecedents to deceptive behaviors. National Communication Association 98th Annual Conference, Orlando, FL.
  5. Boyle, R., Ruppel, C., (2005). The Impact of Media Richness, Suspicion, and Truth Bias on Deception Detection. Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences, Waikoloa, HI.
  6. Boyle, R., Ruppel, C., (2004). On-line Purchasing Intent: The Effect of Personal Innovativeness, Perceived Risk, and Computer Self-Efficacy. In the Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Southern Association for Information Systems, Savannah, GA.
  7. Boyle, R., DeWitt, T., (2002). Trust: How M.A.N. Influences Online Transactions. In the Proceedings of the American Marketing Association Winter 2002 Educators Conference, Austin, TX.
  8. Boyle, R., Thatcher, J., (2001). Organizational Commitment and IT workers: A Conceptual Model. In the Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Southern Association for Information Systems, Savannah, GA.

BOOKS

  1. Kroenke, D., Boyle, R., (2018) Experiencing MIS (8th edition). New Jersey: Pearson. (ISBN: TBD).
  2. Kroenke, D., Boyle, R., (2017) Using MIS (10th edition). New Jersey: Pearson. (ISBN: 978-0134606996).
  3. Kroenke, D., Boyle, R., (2016) Using MIS (9th edition). New Jersey: Pearson. (ISBN: 978-0134106786).
  4. Kroenke, D., Boyle, R., (2016) Experiencing MIS (7th edition). New Jersey: Pearson. (ISBN: 978-0134319063).
  5. Kroenke, D., Boyle, R., (2015) Using MIS (8th edition). New Jersey: Pearson. (ISBN: 978-0133919868).
  6. Kroenke, D., Boyle, R., (2015) Experiencing MIS (6th edition). New Jersey: Pearson. (ISBN: 978-0133939132).
  7. Boyle, R., Panko, R., (2014) Corporate Computer Security (4th edition). New Jersey: Pearson. (ISBN: 978-0133545197).
  8. Boyle, R., Proudfoot, J., (2014). Applied Information Security Labs: A Hands-on Approach (2nd edition). New Jersey: Pearson. (ISBN: 978-0133547436).
  9. Boyle, R., Clements, J., (2014). Applied Networking Labs: A Hands-on Guide to Networking and Server Management (2nd edition). New Jersey: Pearson. (ISBN: 978-0133545180).
  10. Boyle, R., Panko, R., (2012) Corporate Computer Security (3rd edition). New Jersey: Pearson (ISBN: 0132145359).
  11. Boyle, R., (2012). Applied Networking Labs: A Hands-on Guide to Networking and Server Management (far Hongliang, Trans.). Beijing, China: Tsinghua University Press (Original work published 2011). (ISBN: 9787302267560).
  12. Boyle, R., (2011). Applied Networking Labs: A Hands-on Guide to Networking and Server Management. New Jersey: Pearson. (ISBN: 0132310341).
  13. Boyle, R., (2010). Applied Information Security: A Hands-on Approach. New Jersey: Pearson. (ISBN: 0136122035).