Tingting (Rachel) Chung is Clinical Associate Professor of Business Analytics at College of William & Mary. She holds a Ph.D. in Business Administration/Management Information Systems, a Ph.D. in Psychology, and a Masters of Science in Information Science, all from the University of Pittsburgh. Her research interests are behavioral security, financial fraud, and knowledge management. Her research has appeared in high-quality peer-reviewed journals such as Journal of Managerial Psychology, International Journal of Production Economics, Communications of the ACM, Journal of Information & Knowledge Management, International Journal of Information and Learning Technology, Omega, Journal of Excellence in Business Education, and a variety of top conferences, including ICIS, INFORMS, AMCIS, SIGCSE, and the Institute for Fraud Prevention (IFP) meetings. Chung has received several research grants from IFP and National Security Agency (NSA), a 2016 IBM Faculty Award in the category of Cognitive Computing, a 2019 Community Partner of the Year award on behalf of INFORMS Pro Bono Analytics, and one BBC interview.