Cyber Security: A Peer-Reviewed Journal is a quarterly journal published by Henry Stewart. You will find in-depth articles and case studies written by and for cyber security professionals. Each issue features the current thinking and best practices in cyber resilience, cyber security, cyber-crime, and cyber warfare. The articles depict practical experience in national crime infrastructure, government, finance, corporate, military, and not-for-profit sectors.
Even if cyber security is not a main part of your job or work, it does affect many aspects of your life if you work on a computer. Some key topics that this journal covers are: protective measures, recovering from a data breach, employee and customer awareness, education and training, insider threats, cloud security risk, safe disposal of sensitive data, hackers’ techniques and motivations, internet fraud techniques, encryption, cryptology and data protection, and user behavior analytics.
You can open the first volume online from 1997 to the present. To get access, click on the A-Z Journal List line on the Library webpage and enter the title in the box next to the gold “Search” button.
Originally posted in the Freeman/Lozier Library’s quarterly newsletter, More Than Books, V. 24 No. 1, Winter 2020.