Andrew Power

Andrew Power is the Head of School of Creative Technologies at the Institute of Art, Design and Technology, Ireland. Prior to his academic career Andrew worked for sixteen years in industry, initially working for multinationals such as Digital Equipment Corporation and Intel, later for the Irish eLearning company SmartForce. Andrew serves on the board of directors of a number of not for profit organisations in Ireland and is pursuing Doctoral studies at the Institute of Governance, Queens University Belfast. Andrew regularly writes in the fields of eGovernance, cyberlaw, online democracy and social networking.

Publications

The Psychology of Cyber Crime: Concepts and Principles
Gráinne Kirwan, Andrew Power. © 2012. 372 pages.
As more individuals own and operate Internet-enabled devices and more critical government and industrial systems rely on advanced technologies, the issue of...
Hacking: Legal and Ethical Aspects of an Ambiguous Activity
Gráinne Kirwan, Andrew Power. © 2012. 16 pages.
Hacking is an activity which has long been tied with ethical and legal complications. The term has evolved to have both ethical and unethical connotations, which...
Ethics and Legal Aspects of Virtual Worlds
Andrew Power, Gráinne Kirwan. © 2012. 15 pages.
The development of a legal environment for virtual worlds presents issues of both law and ethics. The cross-border nature of online law and particularly law in...
Creating the Ground Rules: How can Cybercrimes be Defined and Governed?
Gráinne Kirwan, Andrew Power. © 2012. 17 pages.
Can Forensic Psychology Contribute to Solving the Problem of Cybercrime?
Gráinne Kirwan, Andrew Power. © 2012. 19 pages.
Can Theories of Crime be Applied to Cybercriminal Acts?
Gráinne Kirwan, Andrew Power. © 2012. 15 pages.
Malware: Can Virus Writers be Psychologically Profiled?
Gráinne Kirwan, Andrew Power. © 2012. 20 pages.
Internet Child Pornography: A Stepping Stone to Contact Offences?
Gráinne Kirwan, Andrew Power. © 2012. 20 pages.
Online Child Predators: Does Internet Society Make Predation Easy?
Gráinne Kirwan, Andrew Power. © 2012. 20 pages.
Cyberterrorism: Can Terrorist Goals be Achieved Using the Internet?
Gráinne Kirwan, Andrew Power. © 2012. 21 pages.
Crime in Virtual Worlds: Should Victims Feel Distressed?
Gráinne Kirwan, Andrew Power. © 2012. 15 pages.
On-Line Governance
Gráinne Kirwan, Andrew Power. © 2012. 15 pages.
Online Identities in Virtual Worlds
Andrew Power, Gráinne Kirwan. © 2010. 16 pages.
Online identities need not reflect the true identity of the user. Relatively little is known about the use of online identities during e-learning and blended...