2nd Annual Conference on the Human Factor in Cybercrime

Date: 

Wed, 16/10/2019 (All day) to Fri, 18/10/2019 (All day)

Location: 

Castle Oud-Poelgeest, Amsterdam Area, The Netherlands

The focus of this conference will be on scientific research regarding human factors in cybercrime. Scholars, researchers and practitioners from all disciplines are invited to propose papers in the format detailed below. All substantive thematic areas of human factors in cybercrime will be considered, including: different types of cybercrime (trespass, fraud, pornography, child sexual exploitation, cyberviolence, etcetera), causes of cybercrime, the impact of victimization, regulations and enforcement, etcetera. We welcome submissions from various disciplines, using a variety of theoretical and methodological approaches. Participating in the conference will offer an opportunity to present cutting-edge research, introduce new projects and thought-provoking initiatives.

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Agenda

Wednesday 16 October 2019
Morning: Arrival participants
12:30 – 13:00    Pre-conference coffee and thee
13:00 – 13:10    Opening conference
13:10 – 14:00    Keynote
14:00 – 15:20    Session 1: Attackers I   
15:20 – 15:40    Break (Coffee/thee)   
15:40 – 17:00    Session 2: Victims I
Evening:    Social activity: drinks in the city center of Leiden around 8 pm

Thursday 17 October 2019
08:30 – 09:00    Pre-conference coffee and thee
09:00 – 10:20    Session 3: Dark web
10:20 – 10:40    Break (Coffee/thee)
10:40 – 12:00    Session 4: Victims II
12:00 – 12:30    Pitch session

12:30 – 14:00    Lunch at the castle

14:00 – 15:20    Session 5: Policing I
15:20 – 16:40    Session 6: Attackers II
16:40 – 17:00    Break (Coffee/thee/soda) (energybreak)
17:00 – 18:00    Round table: Understanding cyber offenders: developing our evidence base
Evening:    Social activity: diner at the castle

Friday 18 October 2019
08:30 – 09:00    Pre-conference coffee and thee
09:00 – 10:20    Session 7: Attackers III
10:20 – 10:40    Break (Coffee/thee)
10:40 – 12:00    Session 8: Victims III
12:00 – 13:00    Session 9: Policing II
13:00 – 14:30    Lunch at the castle
Afternoon: Social activity: canal trip Amsterdam

Overview of sessions (only the names of first authors are included)

Wednesday 16 October 2019
13:10 – 14:00    Keynote (TBA)
14:00 – 15:20    Session 1: Attackers I   

  • Dr. Francis Fortin -- Hacktivists and values: the example of the Quebec cell of Anonymous in the springtime protest (printemps érable).
  • Andreanne Bergeron -- Classification of sexual cyber-delinquency type: Persistency and specialization status of their career
  • Dr. Erin Harbinson -- Gender Similarities (and Some Differences) Among Cybercrime Offenders Under Federal Supervision in the United States
  • Dr. David Maimon -- Asymmetric Cyber Defense: An Evidence-Based Approach for Improving Detection and Mitigation of System-Trespassing Events

15:40 – 17:00 Session 2: Victims I

  • Dr. Richard Frank -- No Gambles with Information Security: The Neuropsychology of a Ransomware Attack
  • Laura Blakeborough -- Developing Understanding of Victims of Fraud and Cyber Crime: Results from a Victimisation Survey in England and WalesDr. Mark Button -- The Impact of Cyber Crime: The Victims Perspectives
  • Mr. Guerrino Mazzarolo -- The risk of an employee’s cyber misconduct on a Social Media Site: A potential threat factor for your organizations brand reputation and business endurance.

Thursday 17 October 2019
09:00 – 10:20 Session 3: Dark web I

  • Dr. David Décary-Hétu -- Conflicts and Violence Experiences of Online Drug Dealers
  • Dr. Benoît Dupont -- The role of distrust in illicit trust networks: the dispute resolution strategies of hackers
  • Yi Ting Chua -- Exploring the Role of Gender in Online Cybercrime Subcultures
  • Madeleine van der Bruggen -- Child pornography communities on the Darkweb: How organized are they?

10:40 – 12:00 Session 4: Victims II

  • Dr. Cassandra Cross -- Exploring justice for victims of cyber fraud
  • Dr. James F. Popham -- Situating the effects of cybercrime victimization within the scope public safety: An exploratory study
  • Dr. Sophie van der Zee -- The cyber security paradox: An examination of the predictive real-world validity of the Human Aspects of Information Security Questionnaire (HAIS-Q)
  • Asier Moneva -- Hunter or prey? Exploring the situational profiles that define online harassment repeat victims and offenders

12:00 – 12:30  Pitch session I

14:00 – 15:20  Session 5: Policing I

  • Ben Collier -- Allergic to Onions? Exploring the role of online infrastructure in crime, criminalisation and harm through the Tor Project
  • Dr. Maria Grazia Porcedda -- Prosecuting Data Crime: The courts, data crime and the cascade effect
  • Dr. Felix Eboibi -- Law and Human Perspectives to Cybercrime Perpetration in Africa
  • Betty Chang -- Organizational Guardians: OEM and Supplier Responses to Emerging Vehicle Cybersecurity Threats

15:20 – 16:40  Session 6: Attackers II

  • Ass. iur. Nicole Selzer -- Saint or Satan? Moral Development and Dark Triad Influences on Cyber-Criminal Intent.
  • Dr. Thomas Holt -- Analysis of Cyberattack Patterns across Longitudinal Data
  • Dr. Semire Yekta -- The Social Construction of Online Fraud
  • Dr. George Burruss -- Determining the Motivation of Cyber Vandals: A Content Analysis of Website Defacements

17:00 – 18:00 Round table

  • Samantha Dowling -- Roundtable submission: "Understanding cyber offenders: developing our evidence base"


Friday 18 October 2019

09:00 – 10:20 Session 7: Attackers III

  • Dr. David Wall --The Changing Division of Criminal Labour within the Modern Cybercrime Ecosystem
  • Renushka Madarie -- Predicting the popularity of online account credentials advertisements
  • Floor Jansen -- Young cyber offender pathways

10:40 – 12:00 Session 8: Victims III

  • Cameron Coutu  -- The Prevention of Financial Cybercrimes: What Do Clients Think?
  • Dr. Susanne van 't Hoff-de Goede -- Cyber awareness versus actual online behaviour: a population based survey experiment
  • Dr. Johan van Wilsem -- Show me the money! Identy fraud financial losses and victims' efforts for reimbursement
  • Dr.  Jan-Willem Bullee -- The success of email phishing

12:00 – 13:00 Session 9: Policing II

  • Dr. André van der Laan -- Text mining for cyber- and digitized crime in police registrations
  • Dr. Steve van de Weijer -- Crime reporting behavior of victims of cybercrime: an experimental vignette study
  • Dr. Wytske Van der Wagen -- Cyber offenders: unique profile, unique response?
  • Dr. Tamar Berenblum -- Ransomware: legal and practical regulatory aspects