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Call for Papers - Cybercrime: interdisciplinary approaches to cutting crime and victimisation in cyber space

Call for Papers - Cybercrime: interdisciplinary approaches to cutting crime and victimisation in cyber space

Topics

Digital and non-digital forensics for cybercrime
Victimology on cybercrime
Economics of cybercrime
New research on specific forms of cybercrime and harm such as online frauds, romance scams, phishing, DDoS attacks, malware, online child sexual abuse and online pornography, cyber bullying and hate speech, fake news
The use of new technologies (e.g. cryptocurrencies) in cybercrime and their impacts on crime investigations and prevention
The use of financial agents (i.e., money mules) in cybercrime
The role of online social networks in cybercrime
Cyber elements in traditional material crime e.g. terrorism
New challenges and solutions to cybercrime in cyber-physical-social worlds
Better understanding of behaviours of victims and criminals in cybercrime
Cybercrime prevention mechanisms such as cyber security education, better tools and policies
Critical national infrastructure protection against cybercrime

Deadline for submission

This Call for Papers is open from now until 31 May, 2018.

https://crimesciencejournal.springeropen.com/cybercrime

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