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Social Media Analytics, Strategies and Governance




ISBN 9781032153513
Published August 18, 2022 by CRC Press
256 Pages 6 Color & 24 B/W Illustrations

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Book Description

Social media has spread rapidly on the global stage, driving consumers’ attention and influence, both consciously and subconsciously. Whilst this type of platform may have been initially designed as a tool for open communication and expression, it is also being utilized as a digital tool, with widescale use cases. The intelligence explosion, information overload and disinformation play a significant part regarding individual, group and country perceptions. The complex nature of this data explosion created an increasing demand and use of artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML), to help provide ‘big insights’ to ‘big data’. AI and ML enable the analysis and dissemination of vast amounts of data, however the ungoverned pace at which AI and autonomous systems have been deployed, has created unforeseen problems. Many algorithms and AI systems have been trained on limited or unverified datasets, creating inbuilt and unseen biases. Where these algorithmic tools have been deployed in high impact systems, there are documented occurrences of disastrous decision making and outcomes that have negatively impacted people and communities. Little to no work had been conducted in its vulnerability and ability to exploit AI itself. So, AI and autonomous systems, whilst being a force for societal good, could have the potential to create and exacerbate societies greatest challenges. This is a cohesive volume that addresses challenging problems and presents a range of innovative approaches and discussion.

Table of Contents

1. Advancing Governance of News Provenance Posted on Social Media Platforms with the use of Blockchain Technology 
Michał Pawlicki and Hamid Jahankhani 
2. The Forensic Investigation of Misinformation on Social Media 
Natasha Omezi, Stefan Kendzierskyj and Hamid Jahankhani 
3. Data Protection and Privacy in the Ambient Assisted Living System for Patients with Mild Cognitive Impairment 
David Josef Herzog 
4. Evaluating Countermeasures for Detecting Misinformation Attacks on Stock Exchange Market 
David Manford, and Hamid Jahankhani 
5. Profiling and predicting Malware threats during COVID-19 Pandemic 
Karishma Hiranna Raghupati and Sina Pournouri 
6. Research into Modern-day Domestic Abuse and Digital Coercive Control: Focus on How a Framework could Assist Stakeholders with Technical Evidence Gathering in Order to Incriminate Abusers 
Megan Smith and Hamid Jahankhani 
7. The Issues and the Misinformation that Social Media Creates and in Particular How this is Dealt with in Asia 
Kudrat-E-Khuda (Babu) 
8. Are We in Trouble? An Exploration on Crime during Natural Disasters and Pandemics 
Bisola Ogunro, Amin Hosseinian-Far and Dilshad Sarwar 
9. A Critical Analysis of the Dark Web Challenges to Digital Policing 
Olivia Bamsey and Reza Montasari 
10. Multimedia Privacy and Security Landscape in the Wake of AI/ML 
Chaminda TER Hewage, Shadan K. Khattak, Arslan Ahmad, Thanuja Mallikarachchi, Elochukwu Ukwandu and Vibhushinie Bentotahewa 
11. An Explanation into Social Media 
Ramsha Ateeq and Umair B. Chaudhry 

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Editor(s)

Biography

Hamid Jahankhani has a PhD from the Queen Mary College, University of London and also became the first Professor of Information Security and Cyber Criminology in 2010. Hamid’s principal research area for a number of years has been in the field of cyber security, information security and digital forensics.

Stefan Kendzierskyj is a long-serving executive Director with extensive commercial and leadership skills in the digital transformation space for cyber security, SaaS products/services, AI/ML solutions and Cloud services.

Reza Montasari is a Senior Lecturer in Cyber Threats at the Hillary Rodham Clinton School of Law. Reza’s main research interests lie in the areas of Digital Forensics and Cyber Security but also include Cyber Law and Cyber Terrorism.

Nishan Chelvachandran is a high-level cybersecurity adviser, strategist, researcher and former UK Police Officer, with years of experience built on the strong foundations of bespoke operational activity in the UK Public Sector.