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Program 2021

Day One

Exploring sextortion in the context of romance fraud, Cassandra Cross

Does Digital Location Matter? Measuring Risk Perception of Computer-Focused Victimization on the Internet, Rachel McNealey

Explaining cyber victimization using a longitudinal design from the Online Behaviour and Victimization Study, Susan van't Hoff de Goede

The cybercrime illusion: Examining the impact of cybercrime myth acceptance on perceptions of cybercrime seriousness, Erica Fissel & Jin R. Lee

Protection Motivation Elements & Intentions Toward Cybersecurity Protection, Cassandra Dodge

More cyber security knowledge does not help to mitigate the negative link between persuasion and disclosure of personal information, Rick vander Kleij

Predicting Online Phishing Behaviors Using Aker's Social Learning Theory, Marlo Basil-Camino

Day Two

Insider Threats Among Dutch SMEs: Typology, Incidence, Frequency, Consequences, and Cyber Security Policies, Asier Moneva

The benefits of a cyber-resilience posture on negative public reaction following data theft, Traian Toma

How Malicious Actors Communicate, David Décary-Hétu

Ransomware and the Transnational Organisation of Cybercrime , David S. Wall

Opportunistic Framing of Neutralizations: COVID-19 and Intellectual Property Piracy, James Popham

Day Three

Assessing the Pricing and Practices of Dark Web Firearms Vendors, Tom Holt

International drug flows: Network analysis of cryptomarkets drug trafficking, Andréanne Bergeron

Examining risk reduction strategies by online drug vendors, Maria Bada & Yi Ting Chua

An Evaluation of a Cyber Safety Education Program for American Internet Users with Limited English Proficiency, Fawn Ngo

The challenges facing officers in cybercrime prevention - Identifying the needs of a local law enforcement agency, Adeline Veyrinas

An alternative for young hackers? First evaluation of Hack_Right, Jim Schicks

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