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Cybercrime: Latest research suggests cybercriminals are not as anonymous as we think

20:00 EDT 6 Aug 2017 | AAAS

(University of Oxford) Understanding a cybercriminal's backstory - where they live, what they do and who they know, is key to cracking cybercrime, new research suggests.Online crime is of course online, but there is also a surprisingly strong offline and local dimension. Cybercriminals are often seen as faceless, international, computer masterminds, who are almost impossible to identify or understand as a result. But, according to new Oxford University research, contextualising their threat and motivations is key to stopping them.

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