Dr David Buil Gil from the University of Manchester who I wanted to ask joins us to talk about about the paper "The Dynamics of Business, Cybersecurity and Cyber-Victimization: Foregrounding the Internal Guardian in Prevention" and so much more.
About our Guest:
Papers Mentioned in this Episode.
Buil-Gil, D., Lord, N., & Barrett, E. (2021). The Dynamics of Business, Cybersecurity and Cyber-Victimization: Foregrounding the Internal Guardian in Prevention. Victims & Offenders, 16(3), 286-315. https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/15564886.2020.1814468
Leukfeldt, E. R., & Yar, M. (2016). Applying routine activity theory to cybercrime: A theoretical and empirical analysis. Deviant Behavior , 37(3), 263–280.
Miró Llinares, F., & Johnson, S. D. (2017). Cybercrime and place: Applying environmental criminology to crimes in cyberspace. In G. J. N.Bruinsma & S. D.Johnson (Eds.), The Oxford handbook of environmental criminology (pp. 883–906). Oxford University Press.
Yar, M. (2005). The novelty of ‘cybercrime’: An assessment in light of routine activity theory. European Journal of Criminology , 2(4), 407–427.
Cyber Security Breaches Survey:
The except at the start is from a 1960s film on Safety by general Motors that is part of the Prelinger Archive, a most valuable resource and can be found here:
The track segment at the end of the episode was made with a little Korg NTS-1. What a wonderful time to be alive, when such things are obtainable and can make being stuck inside for fear of infection so much more bearable.