Reliability, Validity, Comparability and Practical Utility of Cybercrime-Related Data, Metrics, and Information

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Kshetri, Nir;
(2013)

With an increasing pervasiveness, prevalence and severity of cybercrimes, various metrics, measures and statistics have been developed and used to measure various aspects of this phenomenon. Cybercrime-related data, metrics, and information, however, pose important and ... View more
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