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Core reading

The following readings are (mostly open source) required readings that should be completed before taking a class based on this Module:

  • BAE Systems Detica and London Metropolitan University (2012). Organised Crime in the Digital Age. Norton Cybercrime Report 2011.
  • Broadhurst, Roderic (2018). Malware Trends on 'Darknet' Crypto-markets: Research Review. Report of the Australian National University Cybercrime Observatory for the Korean Institute of Criminology.
  • Broadhurst, Roderic, Peter Grabosky, Mamoun Alazab and Steve Chon (2014). Organizations and Cybercrime: An Analysis of the Nature of Groups engaged in Cyber Crime. International Journal of Cyber Criminology, Vol 8(1), pp. 1-20.
  • Europol (2018). Internet Organised Crime Threat Assessment 2018.
  • Leukfeldt, E. Rutger, Anita Lavorgna, and Edward R. Kleemans (2017). Organised Cybercrime or Cybercrime that is Organized? An Assessment of the Conceptualization of Financial Cybercrime as Organised Crime. European Journal in Criminal Policy and Research, Vol. 23(3), 287-300.
  • Leukfeldt, E. Rutger, Edward R. Kleemans, and Stol, Wouter (2017). Origin, growth and criminal capabilities of cybercriminal networks. An international empirical analysis. Crime, Law and Social Change, Vol. 67(1), 39-53 .
  • Laeukfeldt, Rutger, Kleemans, Edward, and Stol, Wouter (2017). The Use of Online Crime Markets by Cybercriminal Networks: A View From Within. American Behavioral Scientist Vol. 61(11), p. 1387-1402.
  • Lusthaus, Jonathan (2012). Trust in the world of cybercrime. Global Crime, Vol. 13(2), 71-94.
  • Lusthaus, Jonathan (2013). How organised is organised cybercrime? Global Crime, Vol. 14(1), 52-60.
  • Maras, Marie-Helen (2016). Cybercriminology. Oxford University Press. Chapter 13.
  • Wall, David (2015). Dis-organized Crime: Towards a distributed model of the organization of Cybercrime. The European Review of Organized Crime, No. 2(2), 71-90.
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