Kris Bolton is a postgraduate student of MSc Cyber Security at the University of Wolverhampton’s Cyber Research Institute (WCRI). His background in Computer Science (BSc Hons), Software Engineering and Machine Learning allow him to bring his deep technical understanding to his areas of focus within Cyber Security.

An element of virtually every national security threat and crime problem the FBI faces is cyber-based or facilitated. We face sophisticated cyber threats from state-sponsored hackers, hackers for hire, organised cyber syndicates, and terrorists.James Comey, Former FBI Director

In 2018 he began writing ‘Practical Deep Learning’, a book designed to teach fellow programmers how to self-learn Machine Learning. Additionally, Kris writes articles on Medium, his personal website and is active within the open source community on GitHub.

He is a member of several professional bodies and institutes, including the Royal United Services Institute (RUSI), the International Institute for Strategic Studies (IISS) and BCS The Chartered Institute for IT.

Beyond the above Kris enjoys cooking, reading, outdoor activities and practically anything technical or related to science.


Publications

  1. Cyber Weapons Aren’t Missiles and the Future of AI-Powered Highly-Targeted Malware. ITNOW, BCS The Chartered Institute for IT. Issue NO, DATE.
  2. Complexity is Cheaper than Simplicity: The Reason Cyber Security is Hard. Royal United Services Institute (RUSI), RUSI Defence Systems. ISSUE NO, DATE. [online].