International Journal of Cyber Criminology

Articles from Vol. 9, No. 1, January-June

Investigating and Prosecuting Cyber Crime: Forensic Dependencies and Barriers to Justice
IntroductionWith escalations in reports of serious cyber crime, one would expect to see a corresponding increase in conviction rates (Broadhurst, Grabosky, Alazab, Chon, 2014; Kaspersky Lab, 2015; Ponemon Institute, 2015). However, this has not been...
National Cyber Security Policy and Strategy of Nigeria: A Qualitative Analysis
IntroductionCharacteristic of human existence is the persistent, yet insatiable urge for the discovery and continual improvement of easier methods of goal attainment and execution of tasks. Brought by this limitless urge, was the development of a myriad...
Out of the Beta Phase: Obstacles, Challenges, and Promising Paths in the Study of Cyber Criminology 1
IntroductionComputers have become an integral part of every aspect of our lives. Computer technologies are relied on for nearly everything we do and we live in societies that are fundamentally dependent on digital infrastructure for their continued functioning....
The Dark Side of Internet Searches: A Macro Level Assessment of Rape Culture
Introduction.28 seconds, the total time the Google search engine takes to deliver nearly onehundred thousand websites for the search query "best rape scenes". The intent of this statement is not to reflect in availability of material or suggest the search...
Understanding Cyber Victimization: Digital Architectures and the Disinhibition Effect
IntroductionWe live immersed in a society that has undergone vertiginous changes in a remarkably short amount of time. Researchers in the fields of sociology, psychology, behavioural sciences, and law are trying to comprehend the more-or-less radical...
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