The topics on cybercrime our scientists cover

Our specialists & scientists

ONLINE SECURITY

Melanie Rieback

Co-founder/CEO
Radically Open Security

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LEGISLATION

Arno Lodder

Professor of Internet Governance and Regulation
Vrije Universiteit

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PHILOSOPHY

Marjolein Lanzing

PHD Candidate at 3TU Center for Ethics and Technology
Eindhoven University

SOCIETY

Arnold Roosendaal

Privacy Specialist Strategy & Policy for Information Society
TNO

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CRIMINOL-OGY

Marleen Weulen Kranenbarg

PhD Candidate Cybercrime Offender Profiling
NSCR

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Why should I care about security, I have nothing to hide?

Are people right, when they use the argument ‘we have nothing to hide’?

Can others use my online personal data in a different context?

How can we protect ourselves?

Why do we get upset when our personal data that we posted online ouselves is used in a different context?

What makes online crime so different from offline crime?

What are the differences between generations in dealing with privacy matters?

Does the law protect us from misleading agreements?

Is one allowed to have a fake facebook account?

What are the developments on online identity?

What has changed in the last few years, concerning privacy?

Is our privacy protected enough by companies?

Do we trust companies too much?

Do companies have a security responsibility?

What are the main characteristics of a cyber criminal?

What could happen to me if an online company like Google would be hacked?

As a security specialist, are you a 100% safe?

As a criminologist, how do you protect yourself?

As a privacy specialist, how do you protect yourself?