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The 'Dresden Image Database' for benchmarking digital image forensics
A novel image database specifically built for the purpose of development and bench-marking of camera-based digital forensic techniques and is intended to become a useful resource for researchers and forensic investigators.
Bitcoin: Economics, Technology, and Governance
Bitcoin is an online communication protocol that facilitates the use of a virtual currency, including electronic payments. Bitcoin's rules were designed by engineers with no apparent influence from…
Measuring the Cost of Cybercrime
The figures suggest that the UK should spend less in anticipation of cybercrime and more in response – that is, on the prosaic business of hunting down cyber-criminals and throwing them in jail.
An inquiry into money laundering tools in the Bitcoin ecosystem
- Malte Möser, Rainer Böhme, Dominic Breuker
- Computer Science, BusinessAPWG eCrime Researchers Summit
- 1 September 2013
A first systematic account of opportunities and limitations of anti-money laundering (AML) in Bitcoin, a decentralized cryptographic currency proliferating on the Internet, is provided and it appears unlikely that a Know-Your-Customer principle can be enforced in the Bitcoin system.
Perceived Benefit and Risk as Multidimensional Determinants of Bitcoin Use: A Quantitative Exploratory Study
This paper proposes and empirically test a theoretical model that explains the use of Bitcoin as an online payment system for legitimate purchases and money transfers and recognizes several conceptual and methodological development potentialities for technology acceptance theories in the context of decentralized and sharing economy systems.
Modeling Cyber-Insurance: Towards a Unifying Framework
A survey of existing models reveals a discrepancy between informal arguments in favor of cyber-insurance as a tool to align incentives for better network security, and analytical results questioning the viability of a market for cyber-Insurance.
Revisiting weighted stego-image steganalysis
This paper revisits the steganalysis method involving a Weighted Stego-Image (WS) for estimating LSB replacement payload sizes in digital images. It suggests new WS estimators, upgrading the method's…
The Effect of Stock Spam on Financial Markets
This paper correlates incoming spam messages that promote the investment in particular equity securities with financial market data and uses multivariate regression models to measure the impact of stock spam on traded volume and conduct an event study to find effects on market valuation.
Models and Measures for Correlation in Cyber-Insurance
This paper introduces a new classification of correlation properties of cyber-risks based on a twin-tier approach and addresses technical, managerial and policy choices influencing the correlation at both steps and the business implications thereof.