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APWG eCrime Calendar
Q1/Q2 2014: Science Advisory Board Proposals Due

April 1-3, 2014: APWG.EU eCrime Sync-up - Oberammergau, Germany

April 8-10, 2014: Counter eCrime Operations Summit VIII - Hong Kong

September 23-25, 2014: APWG Symposium on Electronic Crime Research - Birmingham, AL
  • eCrime Symposium 2018 San Diego
  • See Cybercrime - Report Cybercrime
  • eCrime Scholorship
Symposium on eCrime Research
APWG Symposium on Electronic Crime Research will be held on April 25 - 27, 2017 in Scottsdale, Arizona. Submission deadline is February 8, 2017.  Up-to-date 2017 event information is available on this page.
eCrime Papers Archive
The proceedings of APWG eCrime are published by our partners at the IEEE, in the IEEE Xplore Digital Libarary. An index of papers accepted to the Symposium on Electronic Crime Research is available for all researchers here.
CFPs to Watch Out For
APWG eCrime Research works hard to advance the development of ecrime research as an established discipline. Building the community of researchers is a big part of that process and we do want the greatest number of participants in this vital field to be up on every conference opportunity.
Cyber Resilience Baselining
The APWG's National Cyber Resilience Baselining Program unites researchers and stakeholders to take the measure of national populations' cyber resilience - to the service of policy makers, user experience / application designers as well researchers from every discipline. Welcome to the user resilience census.
eCrime Fighters Scholarship
The APWG  eCrime Researchers Scholarship Program was conceived and organized by APWG Deputy Secretary-General Foy Shiver in 2006 as a support mechanism for scholars in the emerging discipline of eCrime research to participate in the annual Symposium on Electronic Crime Research.
Science Advisory Board
APWG’s eCrime Research Summit (eCRS), inaugurated in 2006, established a community of researchers distinguished by their focus on new forms of criminal enterprise mediated through electronic internetworks and software.