• computer science and security
  • security and crime science
  • cryptography and associated topic
  • security economics
  • legal aspects of information security
  • political and policy perspectives
  • strategy and international relations and privacy


The scope of the Journal of Cyber Security Law covers the areas of Information system and research thoroughly and resolves the cyber threat issues. Authors should ensure that their articles can be read at both interdisciplinary and disciplinary levels. For example, a paper may require, for completely rigorous communication, a technical, mathematical, statistical, or other specialized section. Authors are expected to include an introductory summary of the content of the section describing its significance.

  • Impact of cyber warfare on privacy, identity theft.
  • International law governing Censorship, online privacy, copyright regulations
  • Online Intermediaries in the governance of Internet
  • Social Networking Sites vis-à-vis Human Rights
  • Data Protection, Cyber Security,
  • Legal recognition of Digital Evidence
  • Recognition of liability in the digital world
  • Jurisdiction Issues in Transnational Crime
  • Budapest Convention on Cybercrime
  • ICANN’s core principles and the domain names disputes
  • Net neutrality and the EU electronic communications regulatory framework
  • Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0
  • E-commerce evolution
  • payment mechanism in cyberspace
  • Advertising& Taxation vis-a-vis e-commerce
  • Consumer protection in cyberspace.

All contributions to the journal are rigorously refereed and are selected on the basis of quality and originality of the work. The journal publishes the most significant new research paper or any other original contribution in the form of reviews and reports on new concepts in all areas pertaining to its scope and research being done in the world, thus ensuring its scientific priority and significance.