Computer Fraud & Security Journel
Guide for authors - Computer Fraud & Security - ISSN
IEEE Network. IEEE Software. IET Biometrics.
IET Communications. IET Information Security. IET Networks. Information and Management. Information and Organization. Interactive Technology and Smart Education more International Journal of Child-Computer Interaction. International Journal of Electronic Commerce Studies. International Journal of Gender and Entrepreneurship more International Journal of Information Management.
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International Journal of Web Information Systems more IT Professional. J Journal of Assistive Technologies more Journal of Engineering and Technology Management.
Journals on computer security
Journal of Enterprise Information Management. Journal of Global Information Technology Management.
- Cyber security.
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- Computer fraud;
Journal of Information Security and Applications. Journal of Information Technology and Economic Development. Journal of Informetrics. Journal of Intellectual Capital. Journal of International Management. Journal of Knowledge Management. Journal of Science and Technology Policy Management more Journal of Strategic Information Systems. Journal of Systems and Information Technology. O Online Information Review more Optical Fiber Technology. Optical Switching and Networking.
Managing and controlling computer misuse
P Parallel Computing. Pervasive and Mobile Computing. Research Journal of Science and Technology. Signal Processing. Signal Processing: Image Communication. Download full text.
Abstract In recent years, mobile devices have increasingly been more used for web browsing, social networking and online shopping also known as e-commerce. The emergence of contactless technologies such as near field technology NFC allowed mobile devices to step up even further to a cashless society.
While e-commerce and its technologies have huge potential on business revenue, they are also more prone for fraud. Cybercriminals have become progressively more sophisticated using malware, spear-phishing, denied of service and others. Security measures especially against fraud and identity theft have thus become an imperative issue in e-commerce and mobile devices. Businesses using mobile devices for e-commerce sites need to find a way to secure their e-payments processes and online transactions.
This article reviews different fraudulent acts that target mobile e-payments and the technologies available to detect and manage these frauds. References  Nieweler, A. A look back at fraud in the workplace. WhistleBlower Security Blog.
Selected Journals in Cyber Security at UTSA
Structure in the enron email database. Forecasting fraudulent financial statements using data mining. Computational Intell, 3, p. Customers and Mobile Financial Services. Publications Fulfillmen. National Fraud Authority. Fraud Typologies and victims of fraud. Literature review. London: National Fraud Authority. Criminology and Criminal Justice 8, p. E-commerce: Evolution or revolution in the fast-moving customer goods world?