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Overview of eRisk: Early Risk Prediction on the Internet [chapter]

David E. Losada, Fabio Crestani, Javier Parapar
2018 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
The second edition of eRisk had two tasks: a task on early risk detection of depression and a task on early risk detection of anorexia.  ...  The main purpose of eRisk was to explore issues of evaluation methodology, effectiveness metrics and other processes related to early risk detection.  ...  We thank the support obtained from the Swiss National Science Foundation (SNSF) under the project "Early risk prediction on the Internet: an evaluation corpus", 2015.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-98932-7_30 fatcat:6giuv6snjrearfwfby22qvysnu

Internet Security [chapter]

Douglas Conorich
2007 Information Security Management Handbook, Sixth Edition  
ACKNOWLEDGMENT The authors would like to acknowledge the following people for their contribution to the chapter by data collection.  ...  Another important development was the establishment of an Internet café by one of the largest ISPs and an aggressive campaign by the local banks for residents to take advantage of the banks' newly developed  ...  Moreover, this approach, not allowing the detection of an inappropriate IS assets distribution before it becomes structural, can lead to a high risk of future failures.  ... 
doi:10.1201/9781439833032.ch151 fatcat:6f3w4qg2ajb7div4uwqx2otq2m

Raising Awareness About Cervical Cancer Using Twitter: Content Analysis of the 2015 #SmearForSmear Campaign

Philippe Lenoir, Bilel Moulahi, Jérôme Azé, Sandra Bringay, Gregoire Mercier, François Carbonnel
2017 Journal of Medical Internet Research  
Conclusions: This study demonstrates that the success of a public health campaign using a social media depends on its ability to get its targets involved.  ...  To deal with the decrease of smear test (ST) coverage in United Kingdom, a Twitter campaign called #SmearForSmear has been launched in 2015 for the European Cervical Cancer Prevention Week.  ...  On the other hand, this campaign created to detect an exclusive feminine cancer was based on elements of two women's social construct, lipstick and selfies [19, 20] .  ... 
doi:10.2196/jmir.8421 pmid:29038096 pmcid:PMC5662788 fatcat:vf725jc2pjg6lnmm2wrjld4ujm

Understanding Internet Usage

Robert Larose, Dana Mastro, Matthew S. Eastin
2001 Social science computer review  
Finally, the negative outcomes of online behavior were analyzed for their impact on Internet usage.  ...  Measures of self-efficacy and self-disparagement were developed for the domain of Internet behavior.  ...  The report finds that "remote Internet voting systems pose significant risk to the integrity of the voting process and should not be fielded for use in public elections until substantial technical and  ... 
doi:10.1177/089443930101900401 fatcat:7xggydjopjcw5ojbfhyxj4sudu


2009 Issues in Information Systems  
This study compares changes in attitudes of students towards organizational security policies and procedures at various institutions that have implemented information security policy training as part of  ...  the orientation and ongoing training for students.  ...  What is the impact of age on these trainings, campaigns and attitudinal change?  ... 
doi:10.48009/1_iis_2009_191-197 fatcat:ljwi4qkh6bbnvhcjrxeo2zfu4m

Perception of emergent epidemic of COVID-2019 / SARS CoV-2 on the Polish Internet [article]

Andrzej Jarynowski, Monika Wojta-Kempa, Vitaly Belik
2020 medRxiv   pre-print
Methods: We study the perception of COVID-2019 epidemic in Polish society using quantitative analysis of its digital footprints on the Internet (on Twitter, Google, YouTube, Wikipedia and electronic media  ...  Besides, there was a peak in interest on the day of officially confirmed introduction as well as an exponential increase of interest when the Polish government declared war against disease with a massive  ...  The former group has a high activity on the Internet, e.g. an average Polish teenager spends about 5 hours a day on the Internet (Tanaś et al.  ... 
doi:10.1101/2020.03.29.20046789 fatcat:olmzcs5uurhmpeuvfor456pegi

The Psychology of Internet Fraud Victimisation: a Systematic Review

Gareth Norris, Alexandra Brookes, David Dowell
2019 Journal of Police and Criminal Psychology  
and campaigns.  ...  This systematic review will provide a timely synthesis of the leading psychologically based literature to establish the key theories and empirical research that promise to impact on anti-fraud policies  ...  One of the most cited papers in this domain is an early examination by Langenderfer and Shimp (2001) (Table 3) .  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11896-019-09334-5 fatcat:njdy7vrq2rfsndkpernpfuy36u

Overview of eRisk at CLEF 2019: Early Risk Prediction on the Internet (extended overview)

David E. Losada, Fabio Crestani, Javier Parapar
2019 Conference and Labs of the Evaluation Forum  
Two of them shared the same format and focused on early detecting signs of depression (T1) or self-harm (T2).  ...  The main purpose of eRisk is to explore issues of evaluation methodology, effectiveness metrics and other processes related to early risk detection.  ...  Acknowledgements We thank the support obtained from the Swiss National Science Foundation (SNSF) under the project "Early risk prediction on the Internet: an evaluation corpus", 2015.  ... 
dblp:conf/clef/LosadaCP19 fatcat:ku5ou6kzzzfzxhsytiznqobdb4

Got Phished? Internet Security and Human Vulnerability

Sanjay Goel, Kevin Williams, Ersin Dincelli
2017 Journal of the AIS  
Ersin Dincelli is a doctoral candidate in the Department of Informatics and an adjunct professor in the Department of Information Technology Management at the University at Albany, State University of  ...  We manipulated the framing and content of email messages and tested the effects on users' susceptibility to phishing.  ...  They examined disposition to trust and distrust, curiosity, entertainment drive, boredom proneness, lack of focus, risk propensity, and level of Internet usage, attachment to the Internet, and Internet  ... 
doi:10.17705/1jais.00447 fatcat:cvpdf5gncfffvpmrjrv6gnc4v4

A First Look at the Crypto-Mining Malware Ecosystem

Sergio Pastrana, Guillermo Suarez-Tangil
2019 Proceedings of the Internet Measurement Conference on - IMC '19  
Illicit crypto-mining leverages resources stolen from victims to mine cryptocurrencies on behalf of criminals.  ...  We analyze the infrastructure related with the different campaigns, showing that a high proportion of this ecosystem is supported by underground economies such as Pay-Per-Install services.  ...  The opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect those of any of the funders.  ... 
doi:10.1145/3355369.3355576 dblp:conf/imc/PastranaS19 fatcat:4hdozcislrgipa4pkeptlotj5u

Internet use among university students: A reason for concern?

LS (Stephan) Geyer, H (Herna) Hall, MP (Liana) le Roux, G (Gretel) Crafford
2017 Perspectives in Education  
Although students are a risk group for PIU, no evidence of local research on internet use among students could be identified.  ...  This article reports on a study on the nature and impact of internet use among students at a tertiary institution.  ...  Acknowledgement The authors acknowledge the contribution of the following fieldworkers: L.C. Lebese, R.  ... 
doi:10.18820/2519593x/pie.v35i1.6 fatcat:nt7uyp2itfdeta3kgkiot7uopu

The factors impacting on customers' decisions to adopt Internet banking

Michael D. Clemes, Christopher Gan, Junhua Du
2012 Banks and Bank Systems  
The findings reveal that a user-friendly website, marketing communications, perceived risks, price, and Internet access/Internet familiarity have an impact on customers' decisions to adopt Internet banking  ...  The decision to adopt Internet banking is hypothesized to be a function of convenience, user-friendly website, Internet access/Internet familiarity, marketing communications, word-of-mouth, perceived risks  ...  Banks should emphasize the positive attributes of Internet banking in their marketing campaigns.  ... 
doaj:7e89d43ad5ac415f94a047cd667069bc fatcat:nlnque7lavf4xp363momqqfz74

Anywhere at Anytime Internet: Google Loon Balloons

Sheba Jiju George, K. R. Remesh Babu
2015 Journal of Network and Information Security  
These balloons with the help of Wi-Fi technology, help to attain unlimited connectivity to the global community of internet.  ...  .: during floods in Kashmir, where a reliable communication system was not available, Google Loon Balloons could be one of the solutions.  ...  They generously granted me the freedom to work on the topic of my choice while inspiring me by their example of academic work that matters in-and outside of academia.  ... 
doi:10.21863/jnis/2015.3.1.004 fatcat:mnuojdd4dra7rhweawn45u6bwa

Adoption of internet banking: An empirical study in Hong Kong

T.C. Edwin Cheng, David Y.C. Lam, Andy C.L. Yeung
2006 Decision Support Systems  
We developed a theoretical model based on the Technology Acceptance Model (TAM) with an added construct Perceived Web Security, and empirically tested its ability in predicting customers' behavioral intention  ...  This study investigates how customers perceive and adopt Internet Banking (IB) in Hong Kong.  ...  Exploratory Factor Analysis An exploratory factor analysis using SPSS was conducted on the survey data.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.dss.2006.01.002 fatcat:rhosq2krpjdyrjqez3dydfqmga

Machine Learning in Detecting COVID-19 Misinformation on Twitter

Mohammed N. Alenezi, Zainab M. Alqenaei
2021 Future Internet  
Therefore, it is essential to build an effective machine-learning (ML) misinformation-detection model for identifying the misinformation regarding COVID-19.  ...  Social media platforms such as Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter are an inevitable part of our daily lives.  ...  Conflicts of Interest: The authors declare no conflict of interest.  ... 
doi:10.3390/fi13100244 fatcat:trvqzlik6ffcvfhkhnqsopokz4
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