A number of malicious activities, such as cyberbullying, disinformation, and phishing, are becoming increasingly serious, affecting the wellbeing of Internet users both financially and psychologically. These malicious activities are inherently socio-technical, and therefore effective countermeasures against them must draw not only from engineering and computer science, but also from other disciplines. To discuss these topics and find appropriate countermeasures, we assembled a group of researchers from a number of disciplines such as computer science, criminology, crime science, psychology, and education. Through five days of brainstorming and discussion, the participants developed a roadmap for future research on these topics, along four directions: modelling the attackers, measuring human behavior, detection and prevention approaches for online threats to adolescents, and understanding unintended consequences of mitigation techniques.
|Publication status||Published - Jul 2019|
|Event||Cybersafety Threats - from Deception to Aggression 2019 - Dagstuhl, Wadern, Germany|
Duration: 21 Jul 2019 → 26 Jul 2019
|Seminar||Cybersafety Threats - from Deception to Aggression 2019|
|Period||21/07/19 → 26/07/19|
Benenson, Z., Junger, M., Oliveira, D., & Stringhini, G. (2019). Cybersafety Threats - from Deception to Aggression. Paper presented at Cybersafety Threats - from Deception to Aggression 2019, Wadern, Germany.