Routledge studies in crime and society ; 26.
Formatted Contents Note
1. Situating the problem of cybercrime in a multidisciplinary context / Thomas J. Holt 2. The evolution of cybercrime, 2006-2016 / Peter Grabosky 3. Cybercrime research at the crossroads : where the field currently stands and innovative strategies to move forward / Adam M. Bossler 4. Conducting large-scael analyses of underground hacker communities / Victor Benjamin, Sagar Samtani and Hsinchun Chen 5. The evolving nature of nation state malicious online actor relationships / Max Kilger 6. Exploring the possibility of 'moral hazard' among victims of identity fraud : the relation between reimbursement for unauthorized cash withdrawals and risky online behavior / Johan Van Wilsem 7. Ransomware and cryptocurrency : partners in crime / Gail-Joon Ahn.[et al.] 8. Organizational cybervictimization : data breach prevention using a victimological approach / Mark Stockman, Joseph Nedelec and William Mackey 9. Sanction threat and friendly persuasion effects on system trespassers' behaviors during a system trespassing event / Hattie Jones, David Maimon and Wuling Ren 10. Gendering cybercrime / Alice Hutchings and Yi Ting Chua 11. Seeing the forest through the trees : indentifying key players in the online distribution of child sexual exploitation material / Bryce G. Westlake and Richard Frank 12. Adaptation strategies of cybercriminals to intervations from public and private sectors / Floor Jansen and Jarmo van Lenthe.