|Location|| Mt Helen,|
Broad research interests include; identity theft, forgery, Internet regulation, cyber-crime and blockchain. Eric is currently completing doctoral studies in law with a focus on Blockchain implementation to land administration. In addition, other research interests include research into the pedagogical challenges in teaching law in higher education.
Current research projects
Doctoral research on blockchain and collaborative a current research project with Emeritus Professor Clark.
Consulting and other activities
Eric is a volunteer for Upstart Ballarat as well as for the Office of Correctional Services Review.
Eric Holm, ‘The Darknet: A New Passageway to Identity Theft’ (2017) 6(1) International Journal of Information Security and Cybercrime.
Eric Holm, ‘Identity Crime: Deliberating on Remedies for the Victim’ (2015) 4(2) International Journal of Information Security and Cybercrime.
Eric Holm, 'The Role of the Refrigerator in Identity Crime?' (2016) 5(1) International Journal of Cyber Security and Digital Forensics.
Eric Holm, 'Social Networking, the Catalyst for Identity Thefts in the Digital Society' (2014) 6(3) International Journal on Advances in Life Sciences.
Eric Holm and Geraldine Mackenzie, 'The Significance of Mandatory Data Breach Warnings to Identity Crime' (2014) 3(3) International Journal of Cyber-Security and Digital Forensics.
Lijiao Cheng, Ying Li, Wenli Li, Eric Holm and Qingguo Zhai, 'Understanding the violation of IS security policy in organizations: An integrated model based on social control and deterrence theory' (2013) 39 Computers & Security.
Eric Holm, 'Responding to Identity Crime on the Internet' (2012) 1(2) International Journal of Cyber-Security and Digital Forensics.
Kristy Richardson, Jennifer Butler and Eric Holm, 'Teaching law to non-law students: The use of problem solving models in legal teaching' (2009) 6(2) Studies in Learning, Evaluation, Innovation and development.
Eric Holm, 'Using real-life scenarios in law to prepare graduates for professional working practices' in Ed Errington (ed), Preparing Graduates for the Profession (Post Pressed, 2009).
Refereed conference proceedings
Eric Holm and Geraldine Mackenzie, 'The importance of mandatory data breach notification to identity crime' (Paper presented at the Third International Conference on Cyber Security, Cyber Warfare, and Digital Forensic, Lebanon, 29 April–May 1 2014).
Eric Holm, 'Social Networking and Identity Theft in the Digital Society' (Paper presented at the Eighth International Conference on Digital Society, Spain, 23 March-27 March 2014).
Eric Holm, 'Responding to Identity Crime on the Internet' (Paper presented at the International Conference on Cyber Security, Cyber Warfare and Digital Forensics, Malaysia, 26 June-28 June 2012.
Eric Holm, 'Information and privacy in the digital age' (Paper presented at the 14th Annual Global Finance Conference, Australia 1 April-4 April 2007.
Awards and grants
- Vice Chancellor's Award for Contributions to Student Learning – University of Ballarat 2010
- Business School – Most Outstanding Teacher – University of Ballarat 2012
- Central Queensland University - Learning and Teaching Grant with Dr Kristy Richardson and Jennifer Butler (internal grant) 2007
- University of Ballarat – School of Business L&T funded Research Project by Eric Holm (internal grant) 2009
- Federation Business School – L&T Innovation fund (internal grant) with Dr Patrick O'Leary 2014