Forthcoming content

Each volume of Cyber Security: A Peer-Reviewed Journal consists of four quarterly 100-page issues. A selection of the peer-reviewed articles and real world case studies scheduled for Volume 2 include:

Special Issue

  • From panic to pragmatism: De-escalating and managing commercial data breaches
    Liisa Thomas, Partner and Co-Lead, Privacy & Cybersecurity Practice and Amber C. Thomson, Associate, Sheppard, Mullin, Richter, & Hampton
  • #SafeCard: A Ukrainian answer to cyber threats targeting cardholders
    Olesya Danylchenko, Deputy Director, Head of Payment Instruments and Credits Security Forum, Ukrainian Interbank Payment Systems Members Association
  • ‘Reasonable security': A moving target
    James Shreve, Counsel and Elizabeth McGinn, Partner, Buckley Sandler
  • Banking phishing: The case of Brazil
    Beatriz Silveira, Cybercrime Inteligence Officer, Interpol and Karina Campelo, Civil Police of Pará State, Brasil
  • An effective approach to addressing human security vulnerability in an organization
    Masha Sedova, Co-Founder, Elevate Security
  • Staying safe in an increasingly interconnected world: IOT and cybersecurity
    Theresa Payton, CEO and Founder, Fortalice Solutions
  • Purchasing and understanding cyber insurance coverage
    Judy Selby, Principal, Judy Selby Consulting
  • GDPR and employee data protection: Cybersecurity data example
    Deborah Watson, Specialist Director and Ryan Millerick, Lead Specialist, Cyber Services, KPMG
  • Reflections on CIO research: The essential qualities sought after when hiring today’s cyber security leaders
    Claire Pales, Director, 27 Lanterns
  • PCI DSS and card brands: Standards, compliance, and enforcement
    Donna Wilson, Partner, Ethan D. Roman, Litigation and Cybersecurity Attorney and Ingrid Beierly, Senior Advisor, Cyber and Global Payment Security, Manatt, Phelps & Phillips

Further papers

  • Preventing cryptocurrency theft: Learning from the past to avoid a major breach
    Amos Kater, Director, Advisory & Education Services, UL Transaction Security
  • The way to better cyber resilience in the financial sector: The Danish approach
    Rene Thomson, René Thomsen, Advisor, FSOR Secretariat, Financial Stability, Danmarks Nationalbank
  • Shifting organizational culture through cyber-awareness
    Christine Izuakor, Senior Manager of Global Security Strategy and Awareness, United Airlines
  • How to dissect a cyber attack through the kill-chain and to provide countermeasures to defeat each component
    Murray Goldschmidt, Chief Operating Officer, Sense of Security
  • Insider threat detection using advanced statistical analytic and machine learning
    Hafiz Farooq, Hafiz Farooq, Chief Cyber Security Architect, Saudi Aramco
  • The cyber challenge: Is it time for the global financial industry to do more?
    Patrick Antonacci, Global Program Director - Customer Security Program, SWIFT
  • How to embrace enterprise risk techniques in communicating cyber risks
    Evan Wheeler, CISO, VP Risk Management, Financial Engines
  • Previous mistakes made with SOCs and what can be done about them
    Kerry Matre, Head of Security Operations Strategy, Palo Alto Networks
  • A cyber war game considering a national-level crisis response to a serious cyber attack
    Suzanne Spaulding, Senior Adviser, Homeland Security Program and International Security Program, Center for Strategic and International Studies
  • The fully engaged board and the quantification of cybersecurity value
    Larry Clinton, President and CEO, Internet Security Alliance
  • Issues of quantifying risk around identity and access management
  • Tony Martin-Vegue, Director, Technology Risk, Lending Club
  • Incident response: The right way and the wrong way
    Bart McDonough, Founder and Chief Executive Officer, Agio
  • Effective practices for insider threats and third-party risk management
    Brice Cook, Director - Insider Risk, FINRA
  • Going beyond defense: How cyber security becomes a business enabler
    Monzy Merza, Head of Security Research, Security Field PM
  • Emerging trends in insurance coverage: Massive encryption attacks create urgent need for business interruption and cyber coverage
    Peter Marchel, President/Principal, Marchel and Associates and Sean B. Hoar, Partner and Chair, Data Privacy & Cybersecurity Practice, Lewis Brisbois
  • Staying one step ahead of the EU GDPR: Embedding privacy and security by design
    Ann Cavoukian, Founder, Global Privacy and Security by Design
  • Comparing how small and medium enterprises (SMEs) and large businesses deal with cyber incidents and build cyber resilience
    Gianluca Riglietti Research & Insight Manager, Business Continuity Institute, Patrick Alcantara, Insight Manager, Telefonica UK (O2) and Lucila Aguada, Research & Insight Analyst, Business Continuity Institute
  • Shining a Light on the Dark Web: Understanding the Mysterious World of the Dark Web
    Chris Cowen, Cyber Security Expert, US Department of Defense