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Profiling and Visualizing Cyber-criminal Activities: A General Framework

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2 Author(s)
Wingyan Chung ; Assistant Professor of Computer Information Systems at the University of Texas at El Paso,; phone: 915-747-7773; fax: 915-747-5126 ; G. Alan Wang

As the US-Mexico border areas recently emerge as a hub for cyber-criminal activities, the El Paso (Texas) division of FBI processes voluminous cases on Internet crimes. Using data from the Internet Crime Complaint Center, this research project aims to develop and validate scalable methods and techniques for profiling and visualizing cyber-criminal activities. A general framework and potential contributions are discussed.

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Intelligence and Security Informatics, 2007 IEEE

Date of Conference:

23-24 May 2007