Eric Rutger Leukfeldt
Eric Rutger Leukfeldt
Senior Researcher Cybercrime at the Netherlands Institute for the Study of Crime and Law Enforcement
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Applying routine activity theory to cybercrime: A theoretical and empirical analysis
ER Leukfeldt, M Yar
Deviant Behavior 37 (3), 263-280, 2016
1332016
Cybercriminal networks, social ties and online forums: social ties versus digital ties within phishing and malware networks
ER Leukfeldt, ER Kleemans, WP Stol
The British Journal of Criminology 57 (3), 704-722, 2017
732017
Phishing for suitable targets in the Netherlands: Routine activity theory and phishing victimization
ER Leukfeldt
Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking 17 (8), 551-555, 2014
692014
Cybercrime and social ties. Phishing in Amsterdam
ER Leukfeldt
Trends in organized crime 17 (4), 231-249, 2014
552014
A typology of cybercriminal networks: from low-tech all-rounders to high-tech specialists
ER Leukfeldt, ER Kleemans, WP Stol
Crime, Law and Social Change 67 (1), 21-37, 2017
482017
Organised cybercrime or cybercrime that is organised? An assessment of the conceptualisation of financial cybercrime as organised crime
ER Leukfeldt, A Lavorgna, ER Kleemans
European Journal on Criminal Policy and Research 23 (3), 287-300, 2017
432017
High volume cyber crime and the organization of the police: The results of two empirical studies in the Netherlands
R Leukfeldt, S Veenstra, W Stol
International Journal of Cyber Criminology 7 (1), 1, 2013
412013
Verkenning cybercrime in Nederland 2009
ER Leukfeldt, MML Domenie, W Stol
37*2010
Governmental filtering of websites: The Dutch case
WP Stol, HKW Kaspersen, J Kerstens, ER Leukfeldt, AR Lodder
Computer Law & Security Review 25 (3), 251-262, 2009
372009
Origin, growth and criminal capabilities of cybercriminal networks. An international empirical analysis
ER Leukfeldt, ER Kleemans, WP Stol
Crime, Law and Social Change 67 (1), 39-53, 2017
312017
Phishing and malware attacks on online banking customers in the Netherlands: A qualitative analysis of factors leading to victimization
J Jansen, R Leukfeldt
International Journal of Cyber Criminology 10 (1), 79, 2016
312016
How people help fraudsters steal their money: An analysis of 600 online banking fraud cases
J Jansen, R Leukfeldt
2015 workshop on socio-technical aspects in security and trust, 24-31, 2015
292015
Slachtofferschap in een gedigitaliseerde samenleving: Een onderzoek onder burgers naar e-fraude, hacken en andere veelvoorkomende criminaliteit
MML Domenie, ER Leukfeldt, JA Wilsem, J Jansen, P Stol, W
Boom Lemma, 2013
29*2013
Research agenda the human factor in cybercrime and cybersecurity
ER Leukfeldt
Eleven international publishing, 2017
28*2017
The use of online crime markets by cybercriminal networks: A view from within
R Leukfeldt, E Kleemans, W Stol
American Behavioral Scientist 61 (11), 1387-1402, 2017
222017
Big five personality traits of cybercrime victims
SGA Van de Weijer, ER Leukfeldt
Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking 20 (7), 407-412, 2017
222017
Organised cybercrime and social opportunity structures: A proposal for future research directions
ER Leukfeldt
The European Review of Organised Crime 2 (2), 91-103, 2015
212015
Fighting cybercrime: A joint effort
S Boes, ER Leukfeldt
Cyber-physical security, 185-203, 2017
182017
Comparing victims of phishing and malware attacks: Unraveling risk factors and possibilities for situational crime prevention
ER Leukfeldt
arXiv preprint arXiv:1506.00769, 2015
172015
Determinants of reporting cybercrime: A comparison between identity theft, consumer fraud, and hacking
SGA van de Weijer, R Leukfeldt, W Bernasco
European Journal of Criminology 16 (4), 486-508, 2019
152019
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