Nowadays, most people are online. However, being an active user of the internet has its dangers, and as opposed to offline crime, cybercrime is on the rise. Yet… Read more »
Marianne Junger is a professor of Cyber Security and Business Continuity at the University of Twente. Her research investigates the human factors of fraud and of cybercrime, more specifically she investigates victimization, disclosure and privacy issues.The aim of her research is to develop interventions that will help to protect users against social engineering and to increase compliance. She is a member of the Scientific Advisory Council (WAR) of the Dutch Defense Academy. She founded the Crime Science journal together with Pieter Hartel and was an associate-editor for 6 years (https://crimesciencejournal.springeropen.com/). Her research was sponsored, among others, by the Dutch Police, a EU grant and ZonMw (for health research).