Gregory D. Moody

Professor of Information Systems
Director, UNLV Cybersecurity Program
Expertise: Cybersecurity, Human-Computer Interaction, Internet Privacy, Information Systems, E-Commerce


Greg Moody is a Lee Business School professor of information systems, as well as director of the university's graduate-level Cybersecurity, M.S. Management Information Systems, M.S. Data Analytics and Applied Economics, and Data Analytics Certificate programs. His research interests include security, privacy, trust and distrust, e-commerce strategy, human-computer interaction, and large infrastructure project management.

Moody's studies have been published in top niche outlets, including Information Systems Research, Management Information Systems Quarterly, Criminology, Justice Quarterly, and Journal of the Association for Information Systems. His work has tackled topics such as the reasons why people fail to engage in secure behaviors, and the identification of methods managers can use to improve such behaviors.

He is the president of the largest research group in his field, Human-Computer Interactions. Moody additionally serves in editing positions for several academic journals and in service roles with the major conferences held for the information systems field.


  • Ph.D. in Management Information Systems, University of Pittsburgh
  • Ph.D. in Information Systems, University of Oulu
  • M.A. in Information Systems Management, Brigham Young University
  • B.S. Information Systems Management, Brigham Young University

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An investigation is underway after pornographic material appeared suddenly via ZOOM during a public meeting in North Las Vegas hosted by the Nevada Secretary of State’s Office that involved young adults. Someone who joined the meeting participated in what’s called ‘ZOOM Bombing.’ It’s a trend seen nationwide where people join a video conference and make disruptive comments or share offensive videos. It became popular in 2020 during the start of the pandemic when schools and corporations transitioned to online meetings and classes.
Las Vegas Weekly
In just three years, local business owner Alexandra Lourdes has grown her TikTok following from zero to 1.9 million. The co-founder of Café Lola and Saint Honoré Doughnuts & Beignets uses the social media platform to give a “behind the scenes look” at what it’s like to be the owner of a restaurant and a working mom. The app has allowed her to reach more people and helped grow her business.
Washington Post
Betting can be fun, just make sure you’re protecting your data and bank account
A quick search on RocketReach — one of the buzzier data collecting sites out there right now — will yield information about virtually anyone you know. Go ahead, look up yourself or your best friend and see — results from other similar sites will also likely pop up, such as and And unfortunately, it's a worrisome and tricky situation that's not as cut and dry as it seems.

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