Ben Collier
Ben Collier
Lecturer in Digital Methods, University of Edinburgh
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Turning up the dial: the evolution of a cybercrime market through set-up, stable, and covid-19 eras
AV Vu, J Hughes, I Pete, B Collier, YT Chua, I Shumailov, A Hutchings
Proceedings of the ACM Internet Measurement Conference, 551-566, 2020
The implications of the COVID-19 pandemic for cybercrime policing in Scotland: A rapid review of the evidence and future considerations
B Collier, S Horgan, R Jones, L Shepherd
Scottish Institute for Policing Research, 2020
Re-territorialising the policing of cybercrime in the post-COVID-19 era: towards a new vision of local democratic cyber policing
S Horgan, B Collier, R Jones, L Shepherd
Journal of Criminal Psychology 11 (3), 222-239, 2021
Booting the booters: Evaluating the effects of police interventions in the market for denial-of-service attacks
B Collier, DR Thomas, R Clayton, A Hutchings
Proceedings of the internet measurement conference, 50-64, 2019
Cybercrime is (often) boring: maintaining the infrastructure of cybercrime economies
B Collier, R Clayton, A Hutchings, D Thomas
Cybercrime is (often) boring: Infrastructure and alienation in a deviant subculture
B Collier, R Clayton, A Hutchings, D Thomas
The British Journal of Criminology 61 (5), 1407-1423, 2021
A tight scrape: methodological approaches to cybercrime research data collection in adversarial environments
K Turk, S Pastrana, B Collier
2020 IEEE European Symposium on Security and Privacy Workshops (EuroS&PW …, 2020
Influence, infrastructure, and recentering cybercrime policing: Evaluating emerging approaches to online law enforcement through a market for cybercrime services
B Collier, DR Thomas, R Clayton, A Hutchings, YT Chua
Policing and Society 32 (1), 103-124, 2022
From playing games to committing crimes: A multi-technique approach to predicting key actors on an online gaming forum
J Hughes, B Collier, A Hutchings
2019 APWG Symposium on Electronic Crime Research (eCrime), 2019
The power to structure: exploring social worlds of privacy, technology and power in the Tor Project
B Collier
Information, Communication & Society 24 (12), 1728-1744, 2021
Inside out: Characterising cybercrimes committed inside and outside the workplace
A Hutchings, B Collier
2019 IEEE European Symposium on Security and Privacy Workshops (EuroS&PW …, 2019
Follow the money: The relationship between currency exchange and illicit behaviour in an underground forum
GA Siu, B Collier, A Hutchings
2021 IEEE European Symposium on Security and Privacy Workshops (EuroS&PW …, 2021
Understanding digital drug markets through the geography of postal drug deliveries in Scotland
B Matthews, B Collier, S McVie, C Dibben
European Journal of Criminology 20 (1), 99-121, 2023
Silicon den: Cybercrime is entrepreneurship
R Anderson, R Clayton, R Böhme, B Collier
Workshop on the Economics of Information Security, 2021
Privacy worlds: Exploring values and design in the development of the Tor anonymity network
B Collier, J Stewart
Science, Technology, & Human Values 47 (5), 910-936, 2022
Influence government: exploring practices, ethics, and power in the use of targeted advertising by the UK state
B Collier, G Flynn, J Stewart, DR Thomas
SCCJR briefing paper, 2021
Exploring masculinities and perceptions of gender in online cybercrime subcultures
M Bada, YT Chua, B Collier, I Pete
Cybercrime in Context: The human factor in victimization, offending, and …, 2021
Boredom, routine activities, and cybercrime during the pandemic
B Collier
Cambridge Cybercrime Centre, COVID Briefing Paper 4, 2020
Queer Conflicts, Concept Capture and Category Co-Option: The Importance of Context in the State Collection and Recording of Sex/Gender Data
B Collier, S Cowan
Social & Legal Studies 31 (5), 746-772, 2022
Infrastructural power: Dealing with abuse, crime, and control in the Tor anonymity network
B Collier
Cybercrime in Context: The human factor in victimization, offending, and …, 2021
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