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#1 LouiseB

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Posted 22 April 2013 - 04:49 AM

Hi, I am a researcher working for Mark Johnson, helping with his next book, 'eCrime'.  This follows on from his previous titles, 'Demystifying Communications Risk'  (2012) and 'Cybercrime, Security & Digital Intelligence', due out this August.

 

I have been asked to find out how practitioners define "eCrime" and how you normally distinguish between it and "Cybercrime".  Mark has his own definitions, but your views would be very helpful as they will help us to refine or modify ours. Thanks!



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