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HUJI Cyber Security Research Center (H-CSRC) – Cyber Law Program and the Institute of Criminology

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Dr. Alice Hutchings 

Cambridge Cybercrime Centre

Department of Computer Science and Technology 

University of Cambridge

Dr Alice Hutchings is a Senior Research Associate in the Department of Computer Science and Technology, University of Cambridge. A criminologist, her research interests include understanding cybercrime offenders, and the prevention and disruption of online crime. She is a researcher in the Cambridge Cybercrime Centre, an interdisciplinary initiative combining expertise from the University of Cambridge's Computer Laboratory, Institute of Criminology, and Faculty of Law.

PUBLICATIONS

Book Chapters

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

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

Journal Articles

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

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

  • Hutchings, A. & Clayton, R. (2016). Exploring the provision of online booter services. Deviant Behavior, 37(10), 1163-1178.

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

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

  • 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.

  • Hutchings, A. (2014). Crime from the keyboard: Organised crime, co-offending, initiation and knowledge transmission. Crime, Law and Social Change, 62(1), 1-20.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

Conference Proceedings

  • Thomas, D. R., Pastrana, S., Hutchings, A., Clayton, R., & Beresford, A. R. (2017). Ethical issues in research using datasets of illicit origin. London: ACM Internet Measurement Conference.

  • Hutchings, A. & Clayton, R. (2017). Configuring Zeus: A case study of online crime target selection and knowledge transmission. Arizona, eCrime Researchers Summit, eCrime. https://doi.org/10.17863/CAM.10134

  • Hutchings, A., Clayton, R., & Anderson, R. (2016). Taking down websites to prevent crime. 2016 APWG Symposium on Electronic Crime Research (eCrime).

  • 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.

Other Activities

  • 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.

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