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Reputation influences collaboration within cryptomarket for drugs

In the article Order without Law: Reputation Promotes Cooperation in a Cryptomarket for Illegal Drugs, NSCR researcher  Lukas Norbutas investigates how buyers and...

Cybercrime has serious consequences for its victims

The victims of cybercrime can feel that nowhere will ever be safe and that they could always be confronted with the perpetrator once again. They also have a need for...

Who bothers to report cybercrime?

Despite the considerable rise in the number of victims of cybercrime in recent decades, these offences are rarely reported to the police. NSCR researchers Steve van de...

Victim support in a digitised society

There are already more victims from hacking each year than from bicycle theft On behalf of the Research and Documentation Centre (WODC) NSCR has initiated a study into...

Presentation of Cybercrime research agenda | 16 May 2017 | The Hague

When Tuesday 16 May 2017, 11:00 – 11:30 AM. Where The World Café in the World Forum, The Hague (side event of the International One Conference) Programme Introduction...

Cybercriminal networks

On September 30 NSCR Postdoctoral Researcher Rutger Leukfeldt defends his thesis on cybercriminal networks, entitled Cybercriminal networks: Origin, growth and criminal...

Position Paper Terrorism and Cybercrime

NSCR Seminar on European Security On 26 May 2016 a seminar on European security, Combating Crime through Understanding the Human Factor, took place in Brussels. This...

Invitation: Seminar on European security

Combating Crime through Understanding the Human Factor Date: 26 May 2016 | Time: 14:45 – 17:30 | Venue: Permanent Mission of the Kingdom of the Netherlands in...

Cyber Crime Offender Profiling: The Human Factor Examined (Cyber COP)

In this research, which is funded by the Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research (NWO), we examine the profiles of cybercrime offenders. Research on the human...