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Measuring security and cybercrime ethically


   Department of Computer and Information Sciences

  Dr Daniel Thomas  Applications accepted all year round  Self-Funded PhD Students Only

Glasgow United Kingdom Criminology Cyber Security Data Analysis

About the Project

I am interested in project proposals in the broad area of measuring security and cybercrime ethically. My website has details of previous projects and papers. I deliver research that enables the accurate and ethical measurement of security and cybercrime. By measuring security and cybercrime we can monitor improvement, evaluate interventions and inform regulators. This reveals which techniques work and provides the missing economic incentives to improve security and reduce cybercrime. I work with researchers across disciplines to understand the full picture.


References

Collier, Ben, Daniel R. Thomas, Richard Clayton, and Alice Hutchings. ‘Booting the Booters: Evaluating the Effects of Police Interventions in the Market for Denial-of-Service Attacks’. In Internet Measurement Conference, 50–64. IMC. Amsterdam, Netherlands: ACM, 2019. https://doi.org/10.1145/3355369.3355592.
Collier, Ben, Richard Clayton, Alice Hutchings, and Daniel R. Thomas. ‘Cybercrime Is (Often) Boring: Maintaining the Infrastructure of Cybercrime Economies’, 25. WEIS, 2020. https://www.cl.cam.ac.uk/~bjc63/Crime_is_boring.pdf.

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