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The Cyber Effect


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Director of the RCSI CyberPsychology Research Centre, Academic Advisor to Europol and Lecturer in Criminology at Middlesex University, Dr Mary Aiken is the world's premier forensic specialist in cyber-psychology. Her research focuses on virtual criminal profiling and cyber behavioural analysis, and she is currently leading an international research project in conjunction with INTERPOL and the Garda, the Metropolitan Police, the Australian Federal Police and the LAPD. She is involved in a number of Forensic CyberPsychology research areas including organised cyber crime, cyber reporting of crime, virtual behavioural profiling, cyber analytics, human trafficking & technology, cyberstalking, cyberbullying, child welfare in cyberspace, personal cyber security and safety. She advises at national and European level in policy debates and recently co-chaired a White House research team.Mary's work is also the inspiration for the prime-time TV show CSI: Cyber. Oscar-winning actress Patricia Arquette plays a cyber-psychologist who is the head of the FBI's Cyber Crime Division on CSI: Cyber. The Daily Telegraph recently described Mary (a producer on the show) as 'the real spook behind CSI Cyber'.


If you have children, stop what you are doing and pick up a copy of The Cyber Effect, a fascinating book that explores how human behaviour changes online * THE TIMES *
Really good... Our lives are changing and human behaviour is evolving because people act differently when they are interacting with technology, says the cyberpsychologist Mary Aiken. She explains why studying our online identities is fascinating - and frightening... * OBSERVER *
A Freakonomics for our online lives...With great clarity and insight, Aiken investigates the effect of technology on human behaviour * THE BOOKSELLER, Books to Watch *
From online dating to Pokemon GO, our lives are merging with tech. It's the cyber-effect * LONDON EVENING STANDARD *
Aiken is popularly known as the inspiration for the TV crime drama CSI: Cyber. In The Cyber Effect, she offers a fresh voice and a uniquely compelling perspective that draws from the murky, fascinating depths of her criminal case file - an expert on human behavior in the cyber-realm * WASHINGTON POST *
Aiken really hits her stride in three central chapters covering the impact of digital technology on children and young people. Here she makes a powerful case for the view that our society has been criminally negligent in the way it puts children in the harm's way of digital technology * GUARDIAN *
It is of some comfort to me to know that I am not alone in my Cassandra-like warnings about the outlaw Internet. "We cannot stand by passively and watch the cyber experiment play out," Aiken warns. "In human terms, to wait is to allow for the worst outcomes." I could not have said it better. * HUFFINGTON POST *
Having worked with law enforcement groups from Interpol and Europol as well as the U.S. government, Aiken knows firsthand how today's digital tools can be exploited by criminals lurking in the Internet's Dark Net * NEWSWEEK *
Obesity, aggression, developmental delays: what tablets and mobiles are doing to our children...Dr Aiken says children are being 'catapulted' into cyberspace before they are psychologically capable of making sense of it * TELEGRAPH *
Aiken does a good job of pulling together the main charges against the internet . . . this book is fascinating . . . the result is a book that is extremely useful and well researched -- 28.06.2016 * SUNDAY TELEGRAPH *

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