A new paradigm for collecting data on cybercrime?

11th June 2021

Emeritus Professor Roderic Broadhurst and other panellists will be speaking about the nature, scope and challenges of cybercrime in A new paradigm for collecting data on cybercrime? on Thursday, 17 June 2021.

Cybercrime data collection and analysis can inform public policies and efforts to control, reduce, mitigate, and prevent cybercrime. Standardised cybercrime recording and reporting mechanisms do not exist worldwide. The categories of cybercrime, types of cybercrime data collected, and criteria used to measure cybercrime, also vary across jurisdictions making valid and reliable cross-national comparisons of cybercrime data unworkable. This panel explores current cybercrime measurement tools and efforts to understand the nature and extent of cybercrime, challenges encountered, and ways to improve methodological approaches and tools used to measure cybercrime.

Data capture and analysis of darknet (Tor) hidden service
Roderic Broadhurst, Australian National University, Australia

Cybercrime statistics and technologies: South Korean experience.
Yunsik “Jake” Jang, Hallym University, Republic of Korea

FBI’s Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3) – An overview of US cybercrime reporting
Donna C. Gregory, Federal Bureau of Investigation, United States of America

Global aggregation of cybercrime data for effective operational coordination
Craig Jones, Interpol

Moderated by Maria Maras, John Jay College of Criminal Justice, United States of America.

The talk is in conjunction with the 5th International Conference on Governance, Crime and Justice Statistics which seeks to promote dialogue among the stakeholders involved in the production of statistical information on crime and criminal justice, including researchers, policy makers, and other data users.

Click here for event details and registration.

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