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We welcome you to visit cybercrime related seatings:
29/8/18, Wednesday: Pre Conference Meetings
Different Research Methods to Study Cybercriminals, 08:30-09:45
- Interviewing the Interviewer: Qualitative Interview Approaches for Cybercrime Research
Unraveling Cybercriminal Networks by Analyzing Large Scale Police Investigations
NSCR Anonymity – Publicity Index (Api): An Empirical Classification of Exposure of Online Users
Cyber-Offenders Versus Traditional Offenders: An Empirical Comparison
The Dark Web, 10:00- 11:15
- Lightning up the Darkweb
Unravelling Online Child Exploitation Networks on the Dark Web
Dyadic and Network Learning in Online Drug Marketplaces: Commitment or Market Efficiency?
The Lifted Veil: Communication Between Actors on Darknetmarket Hansa
Online Crime Markets, 14:15-15:30
- Trust and Mechanisms of Trust in Online Stolen Goods Markets
Stolen Online Credentials: A Hijacker’S Decision--Making Perspective
What Can Cryptomarket Research Tell Us About the About Illicit Trade: Implications Beyond the Digital?
Exploring the Processes of Removing Child Sexual Abuse Material Online. the Case Study of the Internet Watch Foundation.
- Predictors of Cybercrime Victimization: Causal Effects or Biased Associations?
- Cybercrime Victimization of Smes: Prevalence and Risk Factors
- Cybercrime: A Growing Threat for Businesses? The Results of Two Business Victimization Surveys in Belgium
- Criminological Theory and Computer Network Vulnerabilities
Cybercriminals and Cybercriminal Networks, 17:30-18:45
- Organised (Cyber)Crime: About Old and New Bottlenecks, Bitcoins and Cash
The Web of Profit: Platform Criminality and the Cybercrime Economy
The Social-Psychological Processes Behind the Hacktivist’S Mind: Why and How They Became Hacktivists
How Organized Is ‘Organized Cybercrime’: A Theoretical and Empirical Exploration of Cybercriminal (Actor-)Networks.
More Cyber-related Sessions:
Hunter or Prey? an Analysis of Cyberstalking Situational Profiles and Their Preferred Places (Part of Surveys and interview Panel), 17:30-18:45.
Digital Pax Latin Americana: Middle Powers and Cybersecurity Governance (Part of the Plural Policing Panel), 17:30-18:45.
Cybercrime (WG) – Panel I, 08:30-09:45
Human as a Factor in Defending Against Cybercrime
Level Up: Increasing Knowledge on Digital Aspects of Police Work
Body Worn Cameras: Effects on Police Work
Fake News, Hoaxes and Dissemination of False Information on the Internet –Criminal and Criminological Aspects
Counteracting ‘Hacking’ in a Transitional Society: The Example of Ukraine
Cybercrime (WG) – Panel II,10:00-11:15
Carding University: Darknet Forums and Markets as Learning Platforms
Exploring the Processes of Removing Child Sexual Abuse Material Online. the Case Study of the Internet Watch Foundation
Cyberbullying: A New Type of Violence Amongst Us
Conflicts in Cyberspace. An Explorative and (N)Ethnographic Research Into the Online Social World of Young People
More Cyber-related Sessions:
The Path to (Cyber)- Jihad: an Analysis of the Phases of the Radicalization Process, and Its Influence on Individuals Based on Data From Judicial Sentences (Part of the Empirical Evidence and Criminal Justice Panel), 08:30-9:45.
The Changing Incidence and Prevalence of Cyberbullying: Evidence From the Us National Crime Victimization Survey School Crime Supplement (Part of Crime Trends and risk factors Panel), 10:00-11:15.
The Cyberspace as a Criminal Enabler: New Challenges and New Policing Approaches (Part of Policing – Panel II), 14:15-15:30.
The Noce Project – Noi Al Centro. Bullying, Cyberbullying, School and Social Discomfort in a Tuscan School (Part of Types of offending – Panel IV), 15:45-17:00.
Hungarian Crime Prevention in Cyberspace: The Achievements and Deficiencies of the Governmental Crime Prevention Strategies ((Part of Crime, security and criminal policy Panel), 17:30-18:45.