Interdisciplinary Conference on Cybercrime

Conference-Cybercrime-KeyboardThe 2nd Annual Michigan State University Interdisciplinary Conference on Cybercrime
March 26, 2015
The Henry Center near the MSU campus in East Lansing, MI.

This First-ever event is designed to bring researchers from the social and technical disciplines together to generate discussion and collaboration that will improve our knowledge of cybercrime and the policy response to this phenomenon. The conference will utilize a “TED Talk” style structure, where in a 50-minute panel two speakers will have approximately 20-25 minutes each to present their work and ideas at a high level.
Each session will feature a social and technical researcher to promote synergy.

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Schedule of Events

Thursday March 20, 2014

  • Welcome and Introductory Comments
    Thomas J. Holt
  • Max Kilger, Spartan Devils Honeynet Project
    Nation State Versus Kids Who Skate: The Role of Social Scientists in Identifying and Understanding Emerging Cyberthreats
  • Hsinchun Chen, University of Arizona
    COPLINK, Dark Web, and Hacker Web: A Research Path in Security Informatics
  • Marcus Rogers, Purdue University
    Using Internet Artifacts to Answer Behavioral Related Investigative Questions
  • Thomas J. Holt, Michigan State University
    Exploring the Risk Reduction Strategies of Data Thieves
  • Sriram Chellappan, Missouri University of Science and Technology
    Combating Cyber Crimes via Human Behavior Assessment
  • Bryce Westlake, Simon Frasier University
    Monitoring the Evolution of Child Exploitation Networks
  • Lunch
  • F/Lt. James Ellis, Michigan State Police
    An Overview of the Michigan Cyber Command Center (MC3)
  • Gail Joon Ahn, Arizona State University
    Malware Forensics: Secret Extraction and Social Dynamics
  • Alice Hutchings, Australian Institute of Criminology
    Organised Crime and Co-offending in the Online Environment
  • David Maimon, University of Maryland
    30 Days “Free” Honey: Empirical Evidence for the Relevance of Restrictive Deterrence in the Study of System Trespassing
  • Billy Henson, Shippensburg University
    Your Life Just Got Hacked!: Examining The Effects Of Online Victimization On Offline Fear
  • Richard Enbody, Michigan State University
    Digital Bank Robbery
  • Mark Stockman, University of Cincinnati
    Cyberdeviance: who, when, why, and why not? A study in life-course Cybercriminology
  • Adam Bossler, Georgia Southern University
    Implications of Criminological Research on Cybercrime Policies
  • Concluding Remarks

Registration is now CLOSED