Marcus Rogers started as a beat cop, but it’s what he did on the side that led him to busting cyber crooks. Now an associate professor of computer technology, Rogers used to run his own Internet service provider and build computers to sell. He did this while in law enforcement in Canada. But eventually he put his two loves together to become a technological crime fighter. He got into cyber forensics…
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