Dr. George Burruss and Grad student Cassandra Dodge present at 5th Annual MSU Interdisciplinary Conference on Cybercrime
Dr. George Burruss and Cassanda Dodge were invited speakers for the The 5th Annual MSU Interdisciplinary Conference on Cybercrime on April 19th.
Abstract: This research creates a new criminal profile for computer-related crime by establishing
the link among certain offender traits and crime features. Utilizing NIBRS data from
2007 to 2014, a sample of 9,233 computer-related crimes were analyzed using latent
class analysis (LCA) to identify underlying groups within the offender and offense
Bio: Cassandra Dodge, M.S., is a doctoral student from the University of South Florida
with a research focus on cybercrime and technology. She also completed a graduate
certificate in Digital Forensics from USF in December of 2017.
A New Profile of Cybercrime: An Application of Statistical Profiling on Computer-Related