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
1732016
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
892017
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
842014
Cybercrime and social ties. Phishing in Amsterdam
ER Leukfeldt
Trends in organized crime 17 (4), 231-249, 2014
662014
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
582017
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
502017
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
432013
Verkenning cybercrime in Nederland 2009
ER Leukfeldt, MML Domenie, W Stol
43*2010
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
372017
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
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
352016
Big five personality traits of cybercrime victims
SGA Van de Weijer, ER Leukfeldt
Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking 20 (7), 407-412, 2017
342017
Research agenda the human factor in cybercrime and cybersecurity
ER Leukfeldt
Eleven international publishing, 2017
342017
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
322015
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
31*2013
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
302019
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
272017
Fighting cybercrime: A joint effort
S Boes, ER Leukfeldt
Cyber-physical security, 185-203, 2017
272017
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
252015
Comparing victims of phishing and malware attacks: Unraveling risk factors and possibilities for situational crime prevention
ER Leukfeldt
arXiv preprint arXiv:1506.00769, 2015
182015
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