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Understanding the drivers of cybercriminality, and new methods to prevent, investigate and mitigate cybercriminal behaviour A Research

Deliverables

Report on drivers of cyber juvenile delinquency

Review of cyber adult and juvenile criminality human factors and key drivers from a multidisciplinary perspective drawing on relevant findings from psychology cyberpsychology criminology neurobiology and anthropologyR PUUEL M8

Nature of and perspectives on cybercrime and crime as a service

Review of cybercrime from multidisciplinary perspectivesR PU UNIL M8

Review of cybersecurity legislation in eight countries and gap analysis

Review of cybersecurity legislation in eight countries and gap analysis R PU ISF M16This task is based exclusively on publicly available legislation and publicly available strategy documents It does not seek to engage with confidential information such as internal security procedures or technical vulnerabilities andCCDRIVER researchers will not use such information in the event they encounter it The task will be designed in such a way as to avoid such information

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Publications

Psychosocial Approach to Cyber Threat Intelligence

Author(s): Kitty Kioskli and Nineta Polemi
Published in: International Journal of Chaotic Computing (IJCC), Issue 7(1) 2020, 2020, Page(s) 159-165, ISSN 2046-3359
DOI: 10.20533/ijcc.2046.3359.2020.0021