Isabella Voce


Identity crime and misuse in Australia 2023

This study presents findings from the Australian Cybercrime Survey related to identity crime and misuse. Thirty-one percent of respondents experienced identity crime in their lifetime, and 20 percent in the past 12 months. Almost half of identity crime victims reported that suspicious transactions appeared in...

Cybercrime in Australia 2023

This is the first report in the 'Cybercrime in Australia' series, which aims to provide a clearer picture of the extent of cybercrime victimisation, help-seeking and harms among Australian computer users. It is based on a survey of over 13,000 computer users conducted in early...

Online behaviour, life stressors and profit-motivated cybercrime victimisation

This study analyses data from a survey of Australian adult computer users conducted in June 2021 to examine the influence of online routine activities and life stressors on the likelihood of profit-motivated cybercrime victimisation.

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...