About the Journal
Journal of Cybersecurity publishes accessible articles describing original research in the inherently interdisciplinary cyber domain. Journal of Cybersecurity is premised on the belief that computer science-based approaches, while necessary, are not sufficient to tackle cybersecurity challenges. Instead, scholarly contributions from a range of disciplines are needed to understand the varied aspects of cybersecurity.
Journal of Cybersecurity provides a hub around which the interdisciplinary cybersecurity community can form. The journal is committed to providing quality empirical research, as well as scholarship, that is grounded in real-world implications and solutions.
Journal of Cybersecurity solicits articles adhering to the following, broadly constructed and interpreted, aspects of cybersecurity:
- anthropological and cultural studies;
- computer science and security;
- security and crime science;
- cryptography and associated topics;
- security economics;
- human factors and psychology;
- legal aspects of information security;
- political and policy perspectives;
- strategy and international relations;
- and privacy.
Authors should ensure that their articles can be read at both interdisciplinary and disciplinary levels. For example, a paper may require, for completely rigorous communication, a technical mathematical, statistical, or other specialized section. Authors are expected to include an introductory summary of the content of the section describing its significance, thereby allowing non-experts to skip details as necessary.
Abstracting and Indexing Services
Journal of Cybersecurity is covered by the following indexing services:
INIST * CNRS
Standard Periodical Directory
This journal is a member of the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE).