The global pandemic of COVID19 has limited our ability to meet in person, but the threat of cybercrime has only increased. To help keep everyone informed on the latest criminological research in this area, the European Society of Criminology's Cybercrime Working Group and the American Society of Criminology's Division on Cybercrime have joined together to organize an online conference to be held September 10th and 11th, 2020. This free conference will be held via Zoom, and will take place concurrently with the European Society of Criminology meetings. The presentations will focus on all manner of cybercrime and social science approaches to online deviance, including studies on offenders, victimization, policing, and policy responses around the world.
Presentations have a 5 minutes maximum, 5 sheets maximum. No questions during or directly after each individual presentation
Questions can be sent to the session chair via the chat. Each session ends with about 10 minutes for questions / discussion, we try to have short breaks between the sessions
15:00-15:40 Session 1: Victims
A Bit of Old School Training: Towards Understanding Cyber Resilience in Older Computer Users
Exploring the impact of online crime victimization (Presentation)
Development and assessment of a scale of Internet risks among Latin American youth
Matias Dodel, N. Trajtenberg, P. Menese, S. Cook
The Role of Self-Control in Cyberbullying Bystander Behavior
Revital Sela-Shayovitz, Michal Levy
Non-consensual Dissemination of Intimate Images: Does Simple Awareness of the Law Matter?
Vasia Karasavva, A. Forth
15:40-16:20 Session 2: Offenders
Intergenerational continuity of crime in a digital era
Steve van de Weijer
Organizational Characteristics Associated with Vulnerability to Social Engineering Deception: A Qualitative Analysis of Target Selection and Perceived Susceptibility
Kevin F. Steinmetz, Trina Knight, Adrienne L. McCarthy
The Far Right on Facebook: A Canadian Perspective
Why women download illegally?: an empirical study of the gender gap in digital piracy
Fernando Miró-Llinares, Ana B. Gómez-Bellvís
Examining the relationship between data leaks and website characteristics
Renushka Madarie, Asier Moneva
16:20-17:00 Session 3: Cyber Crime Theory
How to apply Environmental Criminology and Crime Analysis to reduce cybercrime?
Adam M. Bossler
Understanding motivations and characteristics of cybercriminals: Revisiting theoretical approaches through the lens of contemporary practitioner experiences.
Emma Williams, M. Edwards, C. Peersman, B. Davidson, A. Rashid
Cybercrime in America amid COVID-19: The Initial Results from a Natural Experiment
Katalin Parti, Thomas E. Dearden, James Hawdon