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Cybersecurity Research Guide  

A guide in library resources for research on cybersecurity.
Last Updated: Oct 5, 2017 URL: Print Guide RSS Updates

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This research guides lists and describes selected resources for researching topics related to cybersecurity.  Resources covered include books, journals, electronic databases, and web sites.  Click here for an overview of cybersecurity law.


Getting Started

There are several resources for researching topics relating to the laws and policies relating to cybersecurity. However, selected resources for getting started include:

Congressional Research Service (CRS) Reports (university login required).  CRS Reports are widely recognized for providing objective and nonpartisan policy analysis on a wide range of issues.  The reports summarize legislation and assess policies, programs, and legislation. CRS reports are written by subject experts.  There are several CRS reports relating to crisis management, disaster response, and emergency planning.  There are also CRS reports for most states discussing the state's statutory authorities for homeland security and emergency management.

Journal of National Security Law and Policy:
The world's only peer-reviewed journal devoted exclusively to national security law and policy. HeinOnline :: Web

Harvard National Security Journal: The Harvard National Security Journal is a student-edited online journal dedicated to improving scholarship and discourse in the field of national security. The field of national security has grown significantly over the past several years, with a corresponding demand for critical scholarly analysis on its legal and policy dimensions. HeinOnline :: Web


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