insider hacking: applying situational crime prevention to a new white-collar crime
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DESCRIPTIONInsider hacking consists of cybercrimes against entities initiated by individuals who hold a legitimate trust relationship with that entity. The responsibility of preventing insider hacking falls to information technology (IT) or information security departments staffed by computing professionals. The same can be said about research into the prevention of insider hacking, computing centric academics/professionals do the work. While this seems logical, established behavioral methods for reducing crime have largely been ignored. In this paper, the author places insider hacking into the context of the white-collar criminology literature then pulls from crime science, applying a situational crime prevention model to inform future research on insider hacking.
- 1. Insider Hacking: Applying Situational Crime Prevention to a New White-Collar Crime Mark Stockman email@example.com
- 2. 40 Ive never had the need, Number 1 it is wrong. Number 2 I would have no idea where to start Stockman, Holt, Mackey, & Holiday, 2013 Cyberdeviance Study 35 30 25 20 15 10 5 0 skillset, or knowledge Been too busy to learn
- 3. Clarke, R. V., & Eck, J. E. (2005). Crime Analysis for Problem Solvers.
- 4. Prevention
- 5. White-Collar 1940 1970 2003 Sutherland Edelhertz Felson
- 6. Increase Effort former employees not their own account remote access
- 7. Increase Risk of Detection not their own account technical employees conceal actions
- 8. Reduce Provocation other conflicts decline in performance tardiness/absenteeism
- 9. Next steps.. firstname.lastname@example.org
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