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IEEE Security & Privacy

 

IEEE Security & Privacy is a peer-reviewed magazine co-published by the IEEE Computer Society and the IEEE Reliability Society. The magazine features research articles, case studies, and other contributions to the study and dissemination of the many aspects of security and dependability in the use of computer systems. These aspects include legal and ethical issues, methods for developing and assessing secure systems, cryptology, privacy concerns, and other topics of interest to the magazine's technically-oriented readers. IEEE Security & Privacy focuses upon articles of interest to a general audience, encouraging authors of narrowly-focused technical articles, and articles that lack empirical support or real-world deployment, to seek publication in one of the IEEE's more focused publications, such as IEEE Transactions on Reliability or IEEE Transactions on Secure and Dependable Systems. In addition to peer-review, all submissions to IEEE Security & Privacy are subject to professional copy-editing to ensure a common level of content and style.(1)

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1 : http://www.computer.org/portal/web/computingnow/securityandprivacy/about


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