Perspectives on the Future of Cybercrime
The internet has changed the ways people behave as well as the crimes they commit. As part of series of events to mark the 30th anniversary of the Centre for Criminal Justice Studies, this public lecture will showcase research being undertaken within the Centre on major funded projects: TAKEDOWN (H2020), CRITiCaL (EPSRC) and EMPHASIS (EPSRC).
These span crimes committed both online and offline that enable transnational criminal and terrorist organisations to thrive, to more technical studies on crimes in the cloud, bitcoins, data breaches and ransomware.
Papers and Speakers
RANSOMWARE: the technical and human dimensions of extortion crime
Dr Alena Yuryna Connolly and Professor David Wall
Data Breaches: Cloud–enabled (law assisted) cybercrime
Dr Maria Grazia Porcedda
Modelling Trans-National Organised Crime Groups and Terrorist Networks in a Changing Socio-Political and Socio-Technical Landscape
Dr Roberto Musotto and Professor David Wall
Moot Court Room
School of Law
University of Leeds