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Cybersecurity Month

October is widely recognised as Cybersecurity month: a time to raise awareness of and improve education about cyber threats, as well as promote the work being done to facilitate better management and prevention of cyber attacks.

In support of the advancement of security, Oxford University Press has collated journal papers, book recommendations, and blog posts reflecting the varied and cross-discipline nature of cybersecurity science. All content is freely available to explore, download, and enjoy.

Journal of Cybersecurity

Journal of Cybersecurity

From physical security to cybersecurity
Arunesh Sinha, Thanh H. Nguyen, Debarun Kar, Matthew Brown, Milind Tambe, Albert Xin Jiang

Examining the costs and causes of cyber incidents Sasha Romanosky

Critical visualization: a case for rethinking how we visualize risk and security Peter Hall, Claude Heath, Lizzie Coles-Kemp

Keys under doormats: mandating insecurity by requiring government access to all data and communications
Harold Abelson, Ross Anderson, Steven M. Bellovin, Josh Benaloh, Matt Blaze, Whitfield Diffie, John Gilmore, Matthew Green, Susan Landau, Peter G. Neumann, Ronald L. Rivest, Jeffrey I. Schiller, Bruce Schneier, Michael A. Specter, Daniel J. Weitzner

Identifying patterns in informal sources of security information
Emilee Rader, Rick Wash

Increasing cybersecurity investments in private sector firms
Lawrence A. Gordon, Martin P. Loeb, William Lucyshyn, Lei Zhou

A grounded analysis of experts' decision-making during security assessments
Hanan Hibshi, Travis D. Breaux, Maria Riaz, Laurie Williams

International Data Privacy Law

International Data Privacy Law

The EUs human rights obligations in relation to its data protection laws with extraterritorial effect
Mistale Taylor

Privacy-preserving surveillance: an interdisciplinary approach
Pascal Birnstill, Sebastian Bretthauer, Simon Greiner and Erik Krempel

The European data protection framework for the twenty-first century
Viviane Reding

The trouble with European data protection law
Bert-Jaap Koops

International Journal of Law and Information Technology

International Journal of Law and Information Technology

The feasibility of transatlantic privacy-protective standards for surveillance
Ian Brown

An international constitutional moment for data privacy in the times of mass-surveillance
Monika Zalnieriute

Engineering and lawyering privacy by design: understanding online privacy both as a technical and an international human rights issue
Adamantia Rachovitsa

On the OUPblog

Israel and the offensive military use of cyber-space by Matthew S. Cohen

How do we protect ourselves from cybercrime? by David Pym and Tyler Moore

Inflitrating the Dark Web by Andrew Staniforth

Cyber terrorism and piracy by Alfred Rolington

Cyber war and the question of causation by Jens David Ohlin

A Chekhovian view of privacy for the internet age by Christopher Kuner

Will data privacy change the law?

by Dan Jerker B. Svantesson

From the bookshelves

  Blackstone's Handbook of Cyber Crime Investigation by Andrew Staniforth and Police National Legal Database (PNLD)  Cybersecurity and Cyberwar: What you need to know by Peter W. Singer and Allan Friedman    Everyday Cryptography: Fundamental Principles and Applications by Keith M. Martin
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