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Biometric technologies make use of an individual’s unique biological characteristics to identify them in their dealings with government and business. Common biometrics include fingerprints, iris recognition, voice pattern recognition and facial recognition, among others.
There has been a considerable increase in...
Misuse of personal information lies at the heart of identity crime and continues to affect all sectors of the Australian community.
To understand the trends associated with identity crime and misuse in Australia, the Australian Institute of Criminology (AIC) was, in...
The cybercrime repository is a central data repository of cybercrime laws and lessons learned for the purposes of facilitating the continued assessment of needs and criminal justice capabilities and the delivery and coordination of technical assistance.
During a side event at the 24th Commission...
Introduction: In its resolution 65/230, the General Assembly requested the Commission on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice to establish, in line with paragraph 42 of the Salvador Declaration on Comprehensive Strategies for Global Challenges: Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice Systems and Their Development in a...
The 2012 Cyber Crime and Security Survey: Systems of National Interest was designed and conducted to obtain a better understanding of how cyber incidents are affecting the Australian businesses that form part of Australia’s systems of national interest, including critical infrastructure.
These businesses and...
Australians are now sharing more personal information online with friends, family and the broader community. This paper presents the Government's response to the potential safety and security issues raised by this development.
This the Australian Government's official response to the report of the House...
This paper contends that the hype surrounding the steep rise of social media networking website use has tended to mask the reality of a corresponding growth in online fraud and crime.
New Web 2.0 technologies may enable inventive interactivity online, but they also foster...
Australia is a highly connected country - technology and the internet are crucial to Australia's way of life.
However, while the potential of the internet and digital economy is clearly a massive opportunity for Australia, it is also quickly emerging as a key enabler...
To gain a better understanding of online consumer fraud, the AIC worked with the ACCC to compare a matched sample of victims and non-victims. This study aimed to identify and quantify the factors that make some individuals more vulnerable to consumer fraud than others. The...