Cybercrime: May 2010
A selection of new key reports, books, journal articles and websites. All items are available on interlibrary loan through the JV Barry Library. Please contact your own library for assistance.
- A better deal for fraud victims : research into victims' needs and experiences / Mark Button, Chris Lewis and Jacki Tapley
National Fraud Authority, 2009
- Anti-skimming task force formed / Ernie Davitt
Australian security magazine. May/Jun 2010:14
Summary: NSW Police have formed a special strike force to conbat an upsurge in credit card fraud focusing on 'skimming'.
- Cloud computing : a legal storm in a teacup? / Alec Christie and Richard W Smith
Internet law bulletin 13(1) Apr 2010: 188-191
Summary: Highlights some of the legal issues that may negatively affect users of cloud computing and provides practical solutions for lawyers assisting clients.
- Copyright as (decentred) regulation : digital piracy as a case study / Chris Dent
Monash University law review 35(2) 2009: 348-375
- Governing data
Australian security magazine. May-Jun 2010:22
Summary: Flinders University has deployed a new large-scale high-capacity storage system for CCTV data.
- Interviewing compliant adolescent victims / Catherine Connell and Martha J Finnegan
FBI law enforcement bulletin 79(5) May 2010: 16-19
Summary: Explores the reasons that young victims sometimes comply with perpetrators and suggests ways of working through this in forensic interviews.
- It's different on the internet : regulating online content / Veronica Scott and Caitlin Fankhauser
Internet law bulletin 13(1) Apr 2010: 200-203
- Liability for internet archives : the risks / Veronica Scott and Gemma-Jane Cooper
Internet law bulletin 13(1) Apr 2010: 197-199
Summary: Discusses the Australian approach to the liability risks of online and archived material and how lawyers can advise internet publishers to limit their risks.
- Two tools to hold off hackers / John Wagley
Security management 54(5) May 2010: 65 +  p
Summary: Discusses firewall management tools and network behaviour analysis.