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Investigating Criminal Activity in the Cloud



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Order Matters: Shuffling Sequence Generation for Video Prediction

Authors Include Yu Guan and Bingzhang Hu

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Take-home messages from the Digital Enlightenment 2019 Conference

The leitmotif of the conference was Fixing the Democracy. Among the suggested
methods, the most discussed was Citizens’ Assemblies – two speakers (Cato Leonard
and Clodagh Harris) shared their positive experience with it. The idea of the method is
gathering a diverse sample of citizens, educating them and allowing to discuss topics…

Cloud Crime Ecosystem.

We are investigating the cybercrime ecosystem arising from the impact of cloud technologies upon the cybercrime threat landscape which focuses upon data breaches, DDoS attacks and spamming.

This research is pursued by the social sciences team and led from the University of Leeds.

Northern Cloud Crime Centre

“The Cloud” introduces some entirely new complications to the identification, and policing, of crime on the internet, especially with regard to investigating and enforcing regulation.

It is primarily a new force multiplier which dramatically extends the reach of criminals globally and technologically; far beyond that which the internet currently facilitates. For the uninitiated, cloud technologies essentially share computing processing facilities on demand and while the potential of ‘cloud’ is still evolving for the purposes of this discussion, ‘The Cloud’ is the extra cyberspace that cloud technologies create; a space that creates much good and also much evil.



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