Aim and Scope

The CyberPeace Journal is a peer-reviewed journal offering theoretical and empirical studies, governance policy reports, cybercrime/investigation case studies, and book reviews to keep readers up-to-date with the emerging field of cybersecurity and cybercrime that contribute to a better understanding of the causes, patterns, and trends of crime, deviance, and security in cyberspace, as well as countermeasures for broader implications. We invite paper submissions from researchers and students, members of police agencies, esteemed criminologists, social scientists, computer scientists, cybersecurity practitioners & policy-makers. We also welcome submissions that have international and global perspectives and implications. The principal aim of the CyberPeace Journal is to bring together the latest research and development in cyber security and the latest methods to prevent and combat the cybercrime phenomenon along with governance rules & regulations. The CyberPeace Journal solicits articles adhering to the following, broadly constructed and interpreted, aspects of cybersecurity and its major subdomain (But not limited to):
  • Cyberspace & Advancements
  • Tools and technology for cyber investigation
  • Anthropological and Cultural studies
  • Privacy-Enhancing Technologies
  • Cyber Laws & IT Act
  • Security and Crime science
  • Cryptography and associated topics
  • Security Economics
  • Artificial Intelligence
  • Internet of Things (IoT)
  • Human factors and Cyber-psychology
  • Blockchain
  • Cloud computing & Cyber Security
  • Legal aspects of cyber security
  • Political and policy perspectives
  • Strategy and International Relations
  • Data privacy and its policies
  • Intelligent Forensic