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ECRIME 2021 – SYMPOSIUM ON ELECTRONIC CRIME RESEARCH
Virtual eCrime 2021: December 1 – 3, 2021
The Symposium on Electronic Crime Research (APWG eCrime) examines the economic foundations, behavioral elements and other keystone aspects that animate and fuel the burgeoning global, multi-billion-dollar cybercrime plexus at its 16th annual symposium on Dec 1-3.
Twelve peer-reviewed papers have been officially accepted for APWG eCrime. Those papers will be included in the conference’s presentations along with numbers of panels and talks from other correspondent researchers from industrial and academic research centers affiliated with the APWG.
The program segments include discussions of DNS abuse aspects of cybercrime; technical, data logistics and data forensics dimensions; behavioral considerations; and economic facets of cybercrime.
The conference notes page and registration link is here: https://apwg.org/ecrime2021/
Students requiring discounts should contact symposium managers at email@example.com
The symposium’s proceedings are in English.
Please contact the APWG eCrime program team for details via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
APWG Members can register for no charge using a coupon code during the registration process. The coupon code will be distributed via the members discussion list.
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- December 1 @ 11:00 –15:00 EST
- December 3 @11:00 – 15:00 EST
eCrime 2021 Sessions
OPENING REMARKS FROM THE SYMPOSIUM CHAIRS’ DESKS
Dr. Alice Hutchings, General Chair & Dr. Guy-Vincent Jourdan, Program Chair
BEHAVIORAL ASPECTS OF THE CYBERCRIME EXPERIENCE
A qualitative mapping of Darkweb marketplaces
Dimitrios Georgoulias, Jens Myrup Pedersen, Morten Falch, and Emmanouil Vasilomanolakis, Aalborg University, Denmark
Toad in the Hole or Mapo Tofu? Comparative Analysis of English and Chinese Darknet Markets
Yichao Wang, Budi Arief, and Julio Hernandez-Castro (University of Kent)
Collegiate Social Engineering Capture the Flag Competition
Aunshul Rege and Rachel Bleiman, Temple University
Understanding Risk and Risk Perceptions of Cybercrime in Underground Forums
Maria Bada, Queen Mary University;
Yi Ting Chua, University of Alabama
Cyber Culture Eats Cyber Strategy for Breakfast with a Side of Policy: Architecting a Culture of Cyberawareness at Scale
Jacqueline Jayne, KnowBe4;
Matt Sorell, University of Adelaide
Thursday, December 2nd
THE DNS RESEARCH SESSION
The Long Shadow of ICANN’s Temporary Specification – Three Years Out
Jesse Sowell, Texas A&M / Bush School of Government and Public Service; Laurin Weissinger, Tufts University / The Fletcher School
Brand Defense Case Study: Lessons learned from the IRS EIP Phishing Campaign
Mark Henderson, IRS
When Diversity Meets Hostility: A Study of Domain Squatting Abuse in Online Banking
Neeraj Kumar, TCS Research / Tata Consultancy Services;
Sukhada Ghewari and Harshal Tupsamudre, Unaffiliated;
Manish Shukla and Sachin Lodha, TCS Research / Tata Consultancy Services
TECH, DATA LOGISTICS AND DATA FORENSICS
Bot Shops and Info Stealers – Exploring the Dark Web’s Newest Frontier
Max Aliapoulios, PhD, New York University
Ian Gray, Flashpoint / Fordham University
Bryan Oliver, Flashpoint
Austin Turecek, Flashpoint
Evolution of IoT Linux Malware: A MITRE ATT&CK TTP Based Approach
Veronica Chierzi, Trend Micro Research / University of Trento;
Fernando Mercês, Trend Micro Research
Evaluating the effectiveness of Phishing Reports on Twitter
Sayak Saha Roy and Unique Karanjit, The University of Texas at Arlington;
Shirin Nilizadeh, University of Texas Arlington
Friday, December 3nd
TECH, DATA LOGISTICS AND DATA
Security and Privacy Risks of Numbering Recycling at Mobile Carriers in the United States
Kevin Lee and Arvind Narayanan, Princeton University
ECONOMIC ASPECTS OF CYBERCRIME
Tokyo, Denver, Helsinki, Lisbon or the Professor? A Framework for Understanding Cybercriminal Roles in Darknet Markets
Claudia Peersman (University of Bristol);
Denny Pencheva (University College London);
Awais Rashid (University of Bristol)
The shady economy: Understanding the difference in trading activity from underground forums in different layers of the Web
Adrian Bermudez-Villalva (University College London);
Gianluca Stringhini (Boston University)
The role of self-control, need for cognition, impulsivity and viewing time in deception detection using a realistic e-mail phishing task
Jacqui Taylor, Bournemouth University;
Christina Rajagulasingam, Western Sydney University
Out of the Dark: The Effect of Law Enforcement Actions on Cryptocurrency Market Prices
Svetlana Abramova and Rainer Boehme (University of Innsbruck)
On Cryptocurrency AML Advancements Worldwide
David Jevans, APWG
New Symposium Management Team
APWG eCrime’s yield of cutting-edge papers this year was curated by a new management team for the 2021 edition of the symposium.
For APWG eCrime 2021, the University of Cambridge’s Alice Hutchings, a University Lecturer in the Security Group at the Computer Laboratory, a Fellow of King’s College and Deputy-Director of the Cambridge Cybercrime Centre, served as the General Chair of the symposium.
University of Ottawa’s Guy-Vincent Jourdan, a full professor and program coordinator for cybersecurity at the School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, and an inaugurating research fellow of the APWG Crypto Currency Working Group, assisted in the development of the symposium this year as Program Chair.
Laurin Weissinger, lecturer at The Fletcher School of Tufts University, and Cybersecurity Fellow of the Cyber Initiative at Yale Law School, served as this year’s Publications Chair for the symposium.