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National Journal of Cyber Security Law

ISSN: 2582-9750


Focus and Scope

About the Journal

The National Journal of Cyber Security Law [2582-9750(e)] is a peer-reviewed hybrid open-access journal launched in 2018, dedicated to publishing original research and review articles in the interdisciplinary field of cyber security law. The journal serves as a platform for scholarly contributions that address various cybersecurity challenges, aiming to provide empirical research with real-world implications and solutions.

Focus and Scope

  • Computer Science and Security: IoT Security and Challenges, Blockchain Technology, and Applications, Cloud Computing Security, Big Data Privacy, and Security in Cyber-Physical Systems.
  • Security and Crime Science: Intelligence-led Policing, Forensic Intelligence, and Network Protection, Cybersecurity in the context of Crime, Cyber Attacks, and Security Threats.
  • Cryptography and Associated Topics: Hash Functions, Symmetric-key Ciphers, and Visual Cryptography, Security in Smart Cities, Mobile Devices, and Blockchain Technology.
  • Security Economics: Social Security, Energy Security, and Sustainable Development, Resilience in the Face of Security Risks, including Pandemics and Cyber Threats.
  • Legal Aspects of Information Security: Information Security Management, Governance, and Compliance, Legal Requirements, IT Auditing, and Organizational Culture in Information Security.
  • Political and Policy Perspectives: Policy Studies, Climate Policy, and Advocacy in Cybersecurity, Political and Ecological Dimensions of Cybersecurity Policies.
  • Strategy and International Relations: Privacy by Design, Privacy-enhancing Technologies, and Business-to-consumer E-commerce, Impact of Cyber Warfare on Privacy, Identity Theft, and International Law.
  • Online Intermediaries in Internet Governance: Platform Governance, Democratic Legitimacy, and Human Rights, Role of E-business, Supply Chain, and Intermediaries in the Governance of the Internet.
  • Social Networking Sites Vis-à-vis Human Rights: Digital Divide, Social Media, and Digital Empowerment, Intersection of Social Networking Sites and Human Rights in the Cyber Domain.
  • Data Protection and Cyber Security: EU Data Protection, Cybersecurity, and Digital Identity, Technology Investment, Risk Management, and Security Protocols in Cybersecurity.
  • Legal Recognition of Digital Evidence: Digital Forensics, Investigation Models, and Mutual Legal Assistance, Recognition of Liability in the Digital World, Institutional Pressure, and Governance Quality.
  • Jurisdiction Issues in Transnational Crime: International Criminal Court, Organized Crime, and Municipal Waste Management, Challenges in Jurisdiction, Transnational Crime, and Budapest Convention on Cybercrime.
  • ICANN’s Core Principles and Domain Names Disputes: Internet Governance, Domain Name System, and Infringement Issues, Net Neutrality, European Union Regulatory Framework, and Web Content Accessibility.
  • E-commerce Evolution: Sustainable E-commerce Packaging, B2B E-commerce, and Longitudinal Studies, Payment Mechanisms, Digital Entrepreneurship, and Taxation in Cyberspace.
  • Advertising & Taxation Vis-à-vis E-commerce: Multidimensional Trust Formation, Regulation Trade, and Online Exchanges, Consumer Protection in Cyberspace, Mediation, and AI in Consumer Protection.

The National Journal of Cyber Security Law invites scholarly contributions, research articles, and case studies to foster an in-depth understanding of the legal dimensions of cybersecurity, creating a vibrant community of academics, professionals, and researchers in the field.