Data breaches and cybercrime victimisation
This paper draws on data from a large national survey conducted in 2021 to examine the prevalence of data breaches among Australian computer users and the relationship between data breaches and other forms of cybercrime victimisation.
Help-seeking among Australian ransomware victims
Ransomware is malicious software (also known as malware) used to deny a person or organisation access to their IT systems and devices and/or to threaten the release of private data unless a ransom is paid. This study examines the help-seeking behaviour of 321 Australian ransomware...
Estimating the cost of pure cybercrime to Australian individuals
This report estimates the cost of pure cyber-crime to individuals in Australia in 2019.
Early-career offending trajectories among outlaw motorcycle gang members
This study examines the criminal histories of outlaw motorcycle gang (OMCG) members during adolescence and early adulthood to determine whether the profile of young members has changed over time.
Effects of outlaw motorcycle gang membership and the support needs of former members
Drawing on interviews with 39 former members of outlaw motorcycle gangs, this research identifies consequences associated with leaving the club and the effects of membership experienced before and after leaving.