Thomas J. Holt is an Associate Professor in the School of Criminal Justice at Michigan State University, USA.
This innovative, and very interesting, book brings new perspectives to a phenomenon that has been around for many decades. I found all of the chapters to be thought-provoking in terms of the new perspectives they bring to this old problem. I recommend the book in the highest possible terms, for those who study cybercrime, for law enforcement and for the intelligent citizen who would like to learn more about this often neglected criminal threat. Susan W. Brenner, Professor and Samuel A. McCray Chair in Law, University of Dayton School of Law, USA What I find so refreshing about Tom Holt's new collection is that it brings new and established authors together to present a range of different interdisciplinary perspectives on cybercrime. It marks a welcome shift in approach and will help improve our collective understanding of a phenomena that is progressively intruding into every aspect of our everyday lives. David S. Wall, Professor of Criminology, Centre for Criminal Justice Studies, University of Leeds, UK With the scourge of cybercrime permeating nearly all online activity, it is imperative that we understand the nature of the threat and how it is evolving. This requires solid research within a broad range of social and technical disciplines, including criminology and computer science. Cybercrime Through an Interdisciplinary Lens offers a wealth of information and insight about the state of that research and how to move it forward. Dorothy Denning, Distinguished Professor, Department of Defense Analysis, Naval Postgraduate School, USA