Eurocrim 2019

Date: 

Wed, 18/09/2019 (All day) to Sat, 21/09/2019 (All day)

Location: 

Ghent, Belgium

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Wedensday, September 18th, 2019

08:30-09:45 – Panel Cyber Crime I: Big Data Crime and The Cybercrime Ecosystem
Room Aula NB III
Chair: David S. Wall
David S. Wall, University of Leeds Cybercrime Kingpins and the commoditization of cybercrime
Yanna Papadodimitraki, University of Leeds Cyber-transgression in United Kingdom and Greece
Maria Grazia Porcedda, University of Leeds The Cybercrime Cascade Effect and the Effectiveness of Criminal Justice Responses

10:00-11:15 – Cyber Crime Panel II: Victimization
Room Aula NB III
Chair: Tamar Berenblum
Chantal .J.W.van den Berg, VU University Amsterdam Viral Justice and E-shaming in Social Media Disclosure of Sexual Victimization
Raoul NottéThe Impact of Online Crime: Needs and Consequences Following Victimization
Jildau Borwell, Northen Netherlands Police Unit Comparing the Impact of Cybercrime and Traditional Crime Victimization
Tamar Berenblum, The Hebrew University E-shaming, Informal Social Control and Disclosure of Sexual Victimization

11:30-12:45 – Cyber Crime Panel III:Theory and Methodology
Room Aula NB III
Chair: Asier Moneva Pardo, Miguel Hernandez University “100% Sure Fixed Matches” : Exploring the Environmental Design of Match-fixing Websites and Their Networks
Susanne van ‘t Hoff-de GoedeOnline Behavior and Cybercrime Victimization: A Population Based Survey Experiment
Renushka MadarieHow Do Criminals Increase Their Sales of Stolen Account Credentials on Online Platforms?

14:00-15:15 – Cyber Crime Panel IV:Mitigation
Room Aula NB III​​​​​​​
Chair: Rutger Leukfeldt, NSCR
Cathrine Friend, Waterford Institue of Technology How legislation deals with emerging cybercrime: A digital security perspective in Ireland
Jurjen JansenInternational online purchase fraud: Investigation into disruption possibilities 

 

​​​​​​​Thursday, September 19th, 2019

16:00-17:15 – Cyber Crime Panel V: Offenders
Room Aula NB III​​​​​​​​​​​​​​
Chair: Steve van de Weijer
Steve van de Weijer, NSCR Developmental Trajectories of Defacements: a Longitudinal Study among Hackers in The Netherlands
Marco Romagna, Leiden University Hacktivism and Techniques of Neutralization: How Hacktivists Neutralize Their Hacks
Marleen Weulen Kranenbarg, Vrije Universiteit (VU) Amsterdam A Cybercriminal Personality? A Comparative Research on Personality Characteristics of Cybercriminals
Asier Moneva Pardo, Miguel Hernandez University Who Defrauds the Fraudster? Exploring the Profiles of Vendors of Match-fixed Results in Dark Markets

19:00-21:00 – Cyber Crime Working Group Meeting
Aula Paddenah. 1.0

 

Saturday, September 21st, 2019

09:00-10:15 – Cyber Crime VI: Online Radicalization - Round table disscussion
Aula Aud. E
Chair: Spathi Voni

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