National Cybersecurity Institute Journal Launches

National Cybersecurity Institute Journal The National Cybersecurity Institute at Excelsior College, led by Dr. Jane LeClair, COO, has unveiled the premiere issue of the National Cybersecurity Institute Journal.

The mission of the National Cybersecurity Institute is to increase awareness and knowledge of the cybersecurity discipline and assist the government, industry, military, and academic sectors to better understand and meet the challenges in cybersecurity policy, technology, and education. To that end, the peer-reviewed National Cybersecurity Institute Journal will present relevant and noteworthy articles that will serve to enlighten those with a vested interest in the cybersecurity field.

The first edition includes six articles from notable authors with a variety of perspectives in the field, according to  editor in chief Dr. Jane A. LeClair, including:

Usable Cybersecurity: Human Factors in Cybersecurity Education Curricula

Shana Kayne Beach

Extraction and Reasoning over Network Data to Detect Novel Cyber Attacks

Jim Jones, PhD, George Mason University
Carl Beisel

A New Five-Factor Process for Increasing Cybersecurity and Privacy

Alireza Aghamohammadi, PhD
Ali Eydgahi, PhD, Eastern Michigan University

Towards a Cyber War Taboo? A Framework to Explain the Emergence of Norms for the Use of Force in Cyberspace

Brian M. Mazanec

The Power of Rails and Industry Collaboration in Cyber Education

Gordon W. Romney, PhD, National University in San Diego
Miles D. Romney
Bhaskar Sinha, PhD, National University at San Diego
Pradip P. Dey, PhD, National University at San Diego
Mohammad N. Amin, PhD, National University at San Diego

Assessing Security Against a Framework: Wireless Local Area Networks in a Classified Environment

Aftab Ahmad, PhD, Norfolk State University
Ping Wang, PhD, University of Maryland University College