Concentrating Correctly on Cybercrime Concentration

@inproceedings{Clayton2015ConcentratingCO,
  title={Concentrating Correctly on Cybercrime Concentration},
  author={Richard Clayton and Tyler Moore and Nicolas Christin},
  booktitle={WEIS},
  year={2015}
}
We review the cybercrime literature to draw attention to the many occasions on which authors have identified concentrations within criminal activity. We note that the existence of concentrations often leads authors to suggest that concentrations, or ‘choke points’ are amenable to effective intervention. We then discuss the reasons that concentrations are observed – it is often the result of the criminals being economically efficient, but there are other possible explanations. We then set out a… CONTINUE READING

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