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Team: These resources have been assembled by a team at the Berkman Center for Internet & Society, under the guidance of Jack Goldsmith. Please see Jack's blog for up-to-date coverage of national security and cybersecurity news, issues, and analysis. The development of this wiki has also been supported by the Minerva Initiative.

Contributors: Nick Maietta and Gili Vidan lead our most recent Summer 2012 team, with support from David Abrams, Urs Gasser, Caroline Nolan, and David O'Brien, in addition to helpful contributions from Vivek Mohan and Lucas Kello. Previous team members include Jacob Albert, Shane Matthews, and Felix Treguer.

A Note on Methodology: The materials featured in this wiki are just a starting point for our inquiry; the collected articles were selected as foundational documents based on the recommendation of select researchers, and we look forward to building upon these resources with more recent publicatiosn, based on feedback and recommendations from external reviewers, community members, students, and others.

Recent Updates: During the summer of 2012, our collection of over 90 articles was expanded significantly; the wiki now houses 350 plus resources. Other developments include special pages such as Case Studies and Suggested Syllabi, which are still works in progress.

Feedback and Participation: Please note that the wiki is currently closed to external editors as we finalize the content and underlying structure of the Literature Review. During Fall 2012, we will provide additional opportunities for users to weigh in, contribute to, and comment on the wiki content. If you have feedback, comments, or suggested additional readings/resources, please contact: cybersecurity-feedback@cyber.law.harvard.edu.

Prior to suggesting material for inclusion in the wiki, please consult the Submitting Feedback page.

Attribution: Some of the pages on this wiki use graphics form the Noun Project collection. For specific attribution and licensing, please see the list of media assets.