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Academic publications - from the project


Edwards, M. J., Peersman, C., & Rashid, A. (2017). Scamming the scammers: towards automatic detection of persuasion in advance fee frauds, presented at Second International Workshop on Computational Methods for CyberSafety (CyberSafety 2017), Perth, 2017. Switzerland: IW3C2 (International World Wide Web Conference Committee). DOI: 10.1145/3041021.3053889.

Edwards, M. J., Wattam, S., Rayson, P., & Rashid, A. (2016). Sampling labelled profile data for identity resolution, presented at IEEE International Conference on Big Data, Washington, DC: DOI: 10.1109/BigData.2016.7840645.

Rashid, A. (2016, September). The role of language in cybercrime investigations. Keynote at 1st International Workshop on Requirements Engineering for Investigating and Countering Crime, Beijing, China, September 12, 2016.

Whitty, M. T. (2016, December). “There’s a scam out there for everyone”: An examination of the scammers’ tricks employed in two types of mass-marketing frauds – work-at-home and romance scams. Invited Talk for the Australian Institute of Criminology and the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission, Australian Capital Territory, Canberra, 15th Decemember 2016

Whitty, M. T. (in press). Do You Love Me? Psychological Characteristics of Romance Scam Victims. Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking.

Whitty, M., Edwards, M., Levi, M., Peersman, C., Rashid, A., Sasse, A., Sorrell, T., & Stringhini, G. (2017). Ethical and social challenges with developing automated methods to detect and warn potential victims of mass-marketing fraud (MMF), presented at Second International Workshop on Computational Methods for CyberSafety (CyberSafety 2017), Perth, 2017. Switzerland: IW3C2 (International World Wide Web Conference Committee). DOI: 10.1145/3041021.3053891.