14 novembre 2017 - 11h45 à 12h30

Cybercrime and social ties

11h45 à 12h30
Pavillon Lionel-Groulx, local C-2059
Carrefour des arts et des sciences
3150, rue Jean-Brillant

Aucune réservation requise

Dr. Rutger Leukfeldt is senior researcher cybercrime and coordinator of the Cybercrime Cluster at the Netherlands Institute for the Study of Crime and Law Enforcement (NSCR) and director of the Cybersecurity & SMEs Research Group of the Hague University of Applied Sciences.


Cybercrime is on the rise. By definition, cybercrime takes place in the online world. However, people committing cybercrimes are real human beings in an offline environment, often cooperating in networks. Surprisingly little is known about the interplay between the offline and online worlds and the processes leading to the involvement of individuals in cybercriminal networks.

This presentation is about the offline and online social ties of members of cybercriminal networks. In order to gain insight into these ties, 40 cybercriminal networks from the Netherlands, Germany, UK and US were analysed. Social ties still play an important role in the origin and growth of the majority of networks. Forums and online ties, however, also play a significant role in a number of networks, for example, to find specific enablers. Criminals with access to forums, are able to increase criminal capabilities of their network relatively quickly.

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