Computer Laboratory

Alice Hutchings

Publications

Peer reviewed publications

Hutchings, A. & Clayton, R. (2017). Configuring Zeus: A case study of online crime target selection and knowledge transmission. Arizona: eCrime. [paywall version] [accepted manuscript]

Hutchings, A. & Chua, Y. T. (2017). Gendering cybercrime. In T. J. Holt (ed), Cybercrime through an Interdisciplinary Lens (pp. 167-188). Oxon: Routledge. [draft version] [e-book version]

Hutchings, A. & Holt, T. J. (2017). The online stolen data market: Disruption and intervention approaches. Global Crime, 18(1), 11-30. [paywall version] [accepted manuscript]

Holt, T. J., Smirnova, O., & Hutchings, A. (2016). Examining signals of trust in criminal markets online. Journal of Cybersecurity, 2(2), 137-145. [open access]

Hutchings, A. & Clayton, R. (2016). Exploring the provision of online booter services. Deviant Behavior, 37(10), 1163-1178. [paywall version] [accepted manuscript]

Hutchings, A. (2016). Cybercrime trajectories: An integrated theory of initiation, maintenance, and desistance. In T. J. Holt (ed), Crime Online: Correlates, Causes, and Context (pp. 117-140). Durham: Carolina Academic Press. [draft version]

Hutchings, A., Clayton, R., & Anderson, R. (2016). Taking down websites to prevent crime. Toronto: eCrime. [paywall version] [accepted manuscript]

Becker, I., Hutchings, A., Abu-Salma, R., Anderson, R., Bohm, N., Murdoch, S. J., Sasse, M. A., & Stringhini, G. (2016). International comparison of bank fraud reimbursement: Customer perceptions and contractual terms. Berkeley: Workshop on the Economics of Information Security. [open access]

Murdoch, S. J., Becker, I., Abu-Salma, R., Anderson, R., Bohm, N., Hutchings, A., Sasse, M. A., & Stringhini, G. (2016). Are payment card contracts unfair? Barbados: Financial Cryptography. [open access]

Leontiadis, N. & Hutchings, A. (2015). Scripting the crime commission process in the illicit online prescription drug trade. Journal of Cybersecurity, 1(1), 81-92. [open access]

Hutchings, A. & Holt, T. J. (2015). A crime script analysis of the online stolen data market. British Journal of Criminology, 55(3), 596-614. [paywall version] [accepted manuscript]

Hutchings, A., Smith, R. G. & James, L. (2015). Criminals in the cloud: An overview of criminal and security threats and prevention measures. In R. G. Smith, R. Cheung & L. Lau (eds), Cybercrime Risks and Responses: Eastern and Western Perspectives (pp. 146-162). Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan. [draft version]

Hutchings, A. & Jorna, P. (2015). Misuse of information and communications technology within the public sector. Trends & Issues in Crime & Criminal Justice Series No. 470. Canberra: Australian Institute of Criminology. [open access]

Hutchings, A. (2014). Crime from the keyboard: Organised crime, co-offending, initiation and knowledge transmission. Crime, Law and Social Change, 62(1), 1-20. [paywall version] [accepted manuscript]

Hutchings, A. (2013). Hacking and fraud: Qualitative analysis of online offending and victimization. In K. Jaishankar & N. Ronel (eds), Global Criminology: Crime and Victimization in the Globalized Era (pp. 93-114). Boca Raton: CRC Press. [draft version]

Hutchings, A., Smith, R. G. & James, L. (2013). Cloud computing for small business: Criminal and security threats and prevention measures. Trends & Issues in Crime & Criminal Justice Series No. 456. Canberra: Australian Institute of Criminology. [open access]

Hutchings, A. (2012). Computer security threats faced by small businesses in Australia. Trends & Issues in Crime & Criminal Justice Series No. 433. Canberra: Australian Institute of Criminology. [open access]

Hutchings, A. (2010). Review of computer chip identification systems. Brisbane: Australian Research Council Centre of Excellence in Policing and Security. [open access]

Hutchings, A. & Hayes, H. (2009). Routine activity theory and phishing victimisation: Who gets caught in the ‘net’? Current Issues in Criminal Justice, 20(3), 433–451. [paywall version]

Policy reports

Krone, T., Smith, R. G., Cartwright, J., Hutchings, A., Tomison, A. & Napier, S. (2017). Online child sexual exploitation offenders: A study of Australian law enforcement data. Report to the Criminology Research Advisory Council CRG 58/12-13. Canberra: Australian Institute of Criminology.

Smith, R. G. & Hutchings, A. (2014). Identity crime and misuse in Australia: Results of the 2013 online survey. Research and Public Policy Series No. 128. Canberra: Australian Institute of Criminology.

Jorna, P. & Hutchings, A. (2013). Australasian Consumer Fraud Taskforce: Results of the 2012 consumer fraud survey. Technical and Background Paper Series No. 56. Canberra: Australian Institute of Criminology.

James, L., Hutchings, A. & Smith R. G. (2012). Final report - Cloud Computing Threat Assessment for Small Business. Brisbane: Australian Research Council Centre of Excellence in Policing and Security and the Australian Institute of Criminology.

Hutchings, A. & Lindley, J. (2012). Australasian Consumer Fraud Taskforce: Results of the 2010 and 2011 consumer fraud surveys. Technical and Background Paper Series No. 50. Canberra: Australian Institute of Criminology.

Keynote speeches

Hutchings, A. (2016). Stressed out? Denial of service attacks from the providers' perspective. Presented at hack.lu, Luxembourg, 18-20 October.

Hutchings, A. (2013). Cloud computing for small business: Crime and security threats and prevention measures. Presented at the Oceania CACS 2013, Adelaide, 23-25 September.

Presentations

Hutchings, A. (2017). Flying in cyberspace: The travel fraud economy. Presented at the Decoding the Human: Social Science Approaches to Cybercrime Conference, Oxford, 13 June.

Hutchings, A. (2017). Cybercrime in the sky. Presented at Security and Human Behaviour, Cambridge, 25-26 May.

Hutchings, A. (2016). Inside out: Comparing computer crimes committed by 'insiders' and 'outsiders'. Presented at the Australian and New Zealand Society of Criminology Conference, Hobart, 29 November-2 December.

Hutchings, A. (2016). The Cambridge Computer Crime Database: Computer crime in the workplace. Presented at the Symposium on Economic Crime, Cambridge, 4-11 September.

Hutchings, A. (2016). From behind the keyboard to behind bars: Cybercrime arrests and prosecutions in the UK. Presented at the Inaugural Cybercrime Conference, Cambridge, 14 July.

Hutchings, A. (2016). Booter pathways. Presented at the Rethinking Cybercrime Conference, Preston, 27-28 June.

Hutchings, A. (2016). Cybercrime and the financial sector, 2010-2015. Presented at the SERENE-RISC Workshop, Toronto, 31 May.

Hutchings, A. (2016). Cybercrime in the UK, 2010-2015. Presented at the 3rd Annual MSU Interdisciplinary Conference on Cybercrime, East Lansing, 17 March.

Hutchings, A. (2015). Denial of responsibility for the provision of denial of service attack services. Presented at the American Society of Criminology Annual Meeting, Washington, DC, 18-21 November.

Hutchings, A. (2015). Cybercrime trajectories. Presented at the Decoding the Human - Social Science Approaches to Cyber Espionage and Cybercrime Conference, Oxford, 15-16 June.

Hutchings, A. (2014). Gender differences for computer crime offenders. Presented at the American Society of Criminology Annual Meeting, San Francisco, 19-22 November.

Hutchings, A. (2014). Learning your lines: Interacting on the online black market. Presented at the British Academy, Pedagogy and the Academy Today Conference, Oxford, 30 September.

Hutchings, A. (2014). Organised crime and co-offending in the online environment. Presented at the MSU Interdisciplinary Conference on Cybercrime, East Lansing, 20 March.

Hutchings, A. (2013). Criminals in the cloud: An overview of criminal and security threats and prevention measures. Presented at the International Conference on Cyber Crime and Computer Forensic, Hong Kong, 25-28 August.

Hutchings, A. (2013). Crime from the keyboard: Organised cybercrime, initiation, knowledge transmission and crime escalation. Presented at the International Serious and Organised Crime Conference, Brisbane, 29-30 July.

Hutchings, A. (2013). Cracking the cloud. Presented at the AIC Student Criminology Forum, Canberra, 5 July.

Hutchings, A. (2013). Young cybercriminals: Pathways and potential prevention and response strategies. Presented at the Australian Youth Justice Conference, Canberra, 20-22 May.

Hutchings, A. (2013). Filling the gaps in cyberspace: What we know, what we don’t know and what we’re trying to find out. Presented at the HOCOLEA Research Network Seminar, Canberra, 27 February.

Hutchings, A. (2013). Cyber crime and safety research. Presented at the CWG Sub-Working Group on Cyber Safety in Indigenous Communities Research Directions Roundtable, Canberra, 6 February.

Jorna, P. & Hutchings, A. (2012). Personal fraud: Victims, offenders and changing technologies. Presented at the Australian and New Zealand Society of Criminology Conference, Auckland, 27-29 November.

Hutchings, A. (2012). Rational-choice offending and the role of deterrence. Presented at the Australasian Consumer Fraud Taskforce Agency Forum: Consumer Fraud Offenders, Sydney, 19 March.

Hutchings, A. (2011). Protecting your organisation from identity theft and cybercrime. Presented at the CPA Congress, Canberra, 20-23 September.

Hutchings, A. (2011). Cybercrime 2.0. Presented at the AIC Student Criminology Forum, Canberra, 6 July.

Hutchings, A. (2011). Measurement of cyber security issues in government. Presented at the 1st Annual Cyber Security Summit, Canberra, 25-26 July.

Hutchings, A. (2011). Computer chip identification systems. Presented at the 12th Annual Fraud Summit, Sydney, 27-28 June.

Hutchings, A. (2011). Hacking and fraud: A qualitative analysis of online offending and victimisation. Presented at the South Asian Society of Criminology and Victimology Conference, Jaipur, 15-17 January.

Hutchings, A. (2009). Computer crime and the gender ratio problem. Presented at the Australian and New Zealand Society of Criminology Conference, Perth, 22-25 November.