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According to "At the Nexus of Cybersecurity and Public Policy: Some Basic Concepts and Issues", David Clark, Thomas Berson, and Herbert S. Lin defines "cybersecurity is about technologies, processes and policies that help to prevent and /or reduce the negative impact of events in cyberspace that can happen as the result of deliberate actions against information technology by a hostile or malevolent factor."
Cybersecurity is an interdisciplinary course of study, it combines criminal justice and computer information system with public policy, law, human factors, political science, and risk management. This research guide provides valuable resources for students in the Cybersecurity A.S. Program and faculty researching cybersecurity based on the current issue, cybersecurity threat and future trends, computer security, politics, cyber terrorism, cyber crime and privacy.
This research guide is created by 高璐 ( Lu Gao), a graduate student intern from the Information Science program at the University at Albany, State University of New York.
高璐 was a graduate student intern at the Dwight Marvin Library for the Spring 2018 semester.