The Cybersecurity Revolution is an online event that openly encourages sharing and interaction among the wider cybersecurity research community. It makes use of online video and live streaming technology to bring together researchers for 24 hours of knowledge sharing around the world.

The Cybersecurity Revolution (SECREV) took place on the 20th of May 2020 (20.5.20).

This event has been established with the goals of:

If you are a cybersecurity researcher or research group we welcome you to join the revolution.

It is an event focused around research, education, science and learning. The presentations can include information about research centers and their objectives, achievements, agendas and roadmaps; overviews and deep dives into past and present research themes and studies; graduate students and their research; discussions related to the theme.

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Cyber Power and Constraint

Elad Gil
The Federmann Cyber Security Center

Are All Soldiers created Equal? – On the Equal Application of the Law to Military Enhanced Soldiers

Yahli Shereshevsky
The Federmann Cyber Security Center

Faked Fancies: Socially engineering intimate exchanges for illicit gain

Alice Hutchings
The Cambridge Cybercrime Centre

Intervening in the market for DoS-for-hire Services

Ben Collier
The Cambridge Cybercrime Centre

Psychology and Cybercrime

Maria Bada
Cambridge Cybercrime Centre

Cybercrime in the Sky: Airline Ticketing Fraud

Alice Hutchings
The Cambridge Cybercrime Centre

Money Mules 1:Part of the Crime Script

Rutger Leukfeldt
NSCR and The Hague University

Does the apple fall far from the tree? Criminal behavior among family members of Dutch hackers

Steve van de Weijer

Evidence based cyber security risk communication

Raoul Notte
The Hague University

Criminal persuasion techniques versus sharing personal information

Susanne van't Hoff de Goede
The Hague University

Money Mules 2:Subculture and Interventions

Rutger Leukfeldt
NSCR and The Hague University

La Fraude Sentimentale en ligne (fr)

Morgane Coat
Chaire de recherche en prévention de la cybercriminalité(CRPC)

Demystifying Stablecoins

Mahsa Moosavi
Concordia University

How data science is helping to counteract cybercrime and computer crime (esp)

International Observatory of Cybercrime (INTOCC)

Data security in the Internet of Things

Luigi Logrippo
University of Quebec in Outaouais

The What and Why of Cybersecurity Knowledge Mobilization


Smart Contracts Security

Asem Ghaleb
University of British Colombia

VR Training for Cybercrime investigation education

Kyung-shik Choi
Center for Cybercrime Investigation and Cybersecurity (Center for CIC) from Boston University and Tanque de Ciberpensamiento (TCP-IP)

New technologies: with or against cybercriminals(esp)

Tanque de Ciberpensamiento (TCP-IP)

SECREV2020 Wrap up and Close

Michael Joyce


PRESENT - Be a speaker and present your research or research centre. If you are an Academic, Graduate Student, Research or have a Non-Profit Organisation working in cybersecurity your are welcome. All you need is a smartphone and a connection to get started.
WATCH - Organise a screening with collegues and interact with presenters by asking questions and sharing your experiences
FOLLOW AND SUPPORT - Help build the event and show your support for cybersecurity research by whatching presentations and following #SECREV2020 as we build the event online

Please contact us at info@serene-risc.ca to get involved.

Watch past videos from the past conferences in 2018
Watch past videos from the past conferences in 2019