This section comprises a repository of the various publications (excluding the official Deliverables) compiled by the E-CRIME consortium throughout the lifecycle of the project. These are organised below into their various forms.
- Monica Lagazio, “A nature based taxonomy of cyber crime in the financial sector: a comprehensive approach to countermeasures” in Managing Cyber Risk in the Financial Sector, edited by Ruth Taplin, Routledge.
- Monica Lagazio, Nazneen Sherifb and Mike Cushman, “A multi-level approach to understanding the impact of cyber crime on the financial sector“, Computers & Security, Volume 45, September 2014, Pages 58–74.
- Markus Riek, R. Bohme and T. Moore “Measuring the Influence of Perceived Cybercrime Risk on Online Service Avoidance”, IEEE Transactions on Dependable and Secure Computing, Issue 99, March 2015.
- Markus Riek, R. Bohme, M. Ciere, C. Ganan and M. van Eeten, “Estimating the costs of consumer-facing cybercrime: A tailored instrument and representative data for six EU countries“, 15th Workshop on the Economics of Information Security (WEIS), June 2014.
Tiia Somer, Bilal Hallaq, and Tim Watson. “Utilising journey mapping and crime scripting to combat cyber crime and cyber warfare attacks“, Journal of Information Warfare, Volume 14(4), 2016, Pages 39-49.
- Monica Lagazio, Tim Nissen, Tiia Sõmer and Bil Hallaq, “Cyber criminal journeys to support forensic investigation and response deployment”, Digital Forensics Magazine, forthcoming.
- Bil Hallaq, Monica Lagazio and Tim Nissen, “Is the Cost of Cybercrime Elusive? “, CyberTalk, Issue 7, Spring, 2015 , Pages 60-61.
- Introduction to the ECRIME project – Monica Lagazio, Trilateral Research & Consulting
- Swiss Cybersecurity Advisory & Research Group – David Simms and Solange Ghernaouti, University of Lausanne
- Detailed appendixes on cyber crime inventory and networks in non-ICT sectors – Rain Ottis and Tiia Somer, Tallinn Technical University
- Analysis of the European citizen survey on the impact of cybercrime victimisation – Markus Riek and Rainer Bohme, University of Innsbruck
- Model of the Economic Impact of Cyber Crime on non-ICT Sectors – Michael Ciere, Carlos Ganan, Michel van Eeten, Delft University of Technology
- Industry interviews – Rain Ottis, Tallinn University of Technology
- Cross-sector opportunities workshop – Christian Aghroum and Solange Ghernaouti, University of Lausanne
- Awareness Training Program – Sten Mases – Tallinn University of Technology
- Regulatory reforms that could assist in the fight against cyber crime – Jeanne Pia Mifsud Bonnici and Bo Zhao – University of Groningen
- Cyber Risk Management: Framework and a sector-specific case study – Markus Reik (University of Innsbruck) and Carlos Ganan (Delft University of Technology)
- Human Factors & Successful Implementation of Awareness Campaigns – Joseph Cunningham, University of Warwick