Eurocrim 2019

Date: 

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

Location: 

Ghent, Belgium

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Thursday, 19 September

08:30-09:45 – Cyber Crime I: Big Data Crime and The Cybercrime Ecosystem (Aula NB III)
Chair: Wall David S.

Cybercrime Kingpins and the Commoditization of Cybercrime – Wall (David S.), University of Leeds, United Kingdom
Cyber-transgression in United Kingdom and Greece – Papadodimitraki (Yanna), University of Leeds, United Kingdom
The Cybercrime Cascade Effect and the Effectiveness of Criminal Justice Responses – Porcedda (Maria Grazia), University of Leeds, United Kingdom

10:00-11:15 – Cyber Crime II: Cyber Victimization (Aula NB III)
Chair: Tamar Berenblum

Viral Justice and E-shaming in Social Media Disclosure of Sexual Victimization – Van den Berg Chantal, VU University Amsterdam, The Netherlands / Gorissen (Marleen), Netherland Institute fort the Study of Crime and Law Enforcement (NSCR), The Netherlands
The Impact of Online Crime: Needs and Consequences Following Victimization – Notté (Raoul), Cybersecurity and sme’s research group, The Hague University of Applied Sciences, The Netherlands / Leukfeldt (Rutger) / Malsch (Marijke), Netherland Institute fort the Study of Crime and Law Enforcement (NSCR)
Comparing the Impact of Cybercrime and Traditional Crime Victimization – Borwell (Jildau), Regional Intelligence Service, Northern The Netherlands Police Unit, The Netherlands
E-shaming, Informal Social Control and Disclosure of Sexual Victimization – Berenblum (Tamar) / Oppenheim (Yael), The Federmann Cyber Security Center – Cyber Law Program, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel

11:30-12:45 – Cyber Crime III: Theory and Methodology (Aula NB III)
Chair: Asier Moneva Pardo

“100% Sure Fixed Matches”: Exploring the Environmental Design of Match-fixing Websites and Their Networks
– Pardo (Asier Moneva), Miguel Hernández University CRÍMINA Research Center for the study and prevention of crime, Spain
Online Behavior and Cybercrime Victimization: A Population Based Survey Experiment – Van‘t Hoff-de Goede (Susanne) / van der Kleij (Rick), Cybersecurity and sme’s research group, The Hague University of Applied Sciences, The Netherlands / Leukfeldt (Rutger), The Netherlands Institute for the Study of Crime and Law Enforcement (NSCR), The Netherlands
How Do Criminals Increase Their Sales of Stolen Account Credentials on Online Platforms? – Madarie (Renushka) / Steenbeek (Wouter) / Ruiter (Stijn), The Netherlands Institute for the Study of Crime and Law Enforcement (NSCR), The Netherlands / Kleemans (Edward), Vrije Universiteit (VU) Amsterdam, The Netherlands

14:00-15:15 – Cyber Crime IV: Mitigating Cybercrime (Aula NB III)
Chair: Rutger Leukfeldt

The Fraud is Out There: Cyber Fraud, Underreporting and Internet-era Policing – Kemp (Steven), Universitat de Girona, Spain
How Legislation Deals With Emerging Cybercrime: a Digital Security Perspective in Ireland – Friend (Catherine), Waterford Institute of Technology, Ireland
International Online Purchase Fraud: Investigation Into Disruption Possibilities – Jansen (Jurjen) / Westers (Saskia) / Stol (Wouter), Cybersafety Research Group (NHL Stenden University of Applied Sciences Police Academy), The Netherlands

16:00-17:15 – Cyber Crime V: Cyber Criminals (Aula NB III)
Chair: Steve van de Weijer

Hacktivism and Techniques of Neutralization: How Hacktivists Neutralize Their Hacks – Romagna (Marco), The Hague University of Applied Sciences/Leiden University, The Netherlands
A Cybercriminal Personality? A Comparative Research on Personality Characteristics of Cybercriminals – Weulen Kranenbarg (Marleen), Vrije Universiteit (VU) Amsterdam, The Netherlands / Van Gelder (JeanLouis), University of Twente, The Netherlands / Vries (Reinout), Vrije Universiteit (VU) Amsterdam, The Netherland

Who Defrauds the Fraudster? Exploring the Profiles of Vendors of Match-fixed Results in Dark Markets Moneva (Asier) / Miró-Llinares (Fernando), Miguel Hernandez University, Spain
Developmental Trajectories of Defacements: a Longitudinal Study among Hackers in The Netherlands – Van de Weijer (Steve) / Leukfeldt (Rutger), Netherlands Institute for the Study of Crime and Law Enforcement (NSCR)/Cybersecurity and sme’s research group, The Hague University of Applied Sciences, The Netherlands / Holt (Thomas), Michigan State University, United States

19:00-21:00 – Cyber Crime Working Group Meeting (Aula Paddenh. 1.0)


Saturday, 21 September

09:00-10:15 – Cyber Crime VI: Online Radicalization (Aula Aud. E)
Chair: Voni Spathi

Online Behavioural Radicalization (PROPHETS) – Holger Nitsch, Dimitris Kavallieros, Theoni Spathi & Bianca Baker-Eck
Online Behavioural Radicalization (TENSOR) – Holger Nitsch, Dimitris Kavallieros, Bianca Baker-Eck & George Giataganas