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Computer Security Journal

The Computer Security Journal was created by the Computer Security Institute and first published in 1981. The journal ran between 1981 and 2004 for twenty volumes that were initially published biannually, then quarterly. The Computer Security Institute is a professional organization founded in 1974 as a clearinghouse and resource center. The organization saw the journal as a way keep members informed of developments in computer security in an easily read format. Authors were asked to write articles in such as way that a general computer security audience would be able to understand them. The journal solicited articles on subjects ranging from new ideas to practical problems to commentary on larger issues such as privacy. (1)

The editorial advisory board included noteworthy individuals such as Robert Campbell, Dorothy Denning, Lance Hoffman, Rein Turn.(2)

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1 , 2 : Computer Security Journal Vol. 4 (1986).


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