The Web Science Cybercrime – Cyberwar Workshop took place in Bloomington, Indiana on the 23rd of June 2013 between 2.30pm and 6pm at Indiana University on the opening day for ACM Web Science 2014 Conference
2:30 pm – Welcome / Introductions
3:00pm - 4:00pm: 1 – Presentations: “Research”
- Katarzyna Gniadzik, Vasili Reikh, Radoslaw Nielek and Adam Wierzbicki. Why deceived people are not always victims?
- Sabrine Saad and Stéphane B. Bazan. The New Rules of Asymmetric Infowar on the Web in the Near East
- Huw Fryer, Sophie Stalla-Bourdillon and Tim Chown. Computer Abuse Legislation: A Trap for the Unwary?
- Eva Zangerle and Günther Specht. Cybercrime on Twitter: Shifting the User Back into Focus
4:15pm - 5:15pm: 2 - Presentations: “Methodology”
- Marie Joan Kristine Gloria and John S. Erickson. Studying Cybercrime: Raising Questions about Objectivity and Bias
- Emily K. Adams. Semi-Quantitative Metrics for Evaluating Cyber Risk of Public Information: Higher Education
- Emilio Ferrara, Pasquale De Meo, Salvatore Catanese and Giacomo Fiumara. Criminal Network Analysis in Mobile Phone Networks