Because this bibliography encompasses such a wide range of cybersecurity issues, the most direct way to get started is to look through the detailed Table of Contents and select specific issues or themes of interest. For example, Cybercrime or Financial Institutions and Networks. At the top of each topic page within the Table of Contents is a "bread crumb" trail showing the path through the Table of Contents to that page. This trail not only shows you how the current page topic fits into the overall structure of the bibliography, each level in this trail is individually selectable allowing you to move up one or more levels to broaden your search. For example, if you are looking at the TOC-> Issues-> Economics of Cybersecurity->Incentives page, you can click on the Issues-> link to see references addressing all the cybersecurity Issues topics.
Each topic page also features a filtering tool to quickly narrow down searches.
See the List of All Articles
An alphabetized filterable list of all documents in the wiki is available on the Cybersecurity Annotated Bibliography page.
How to Use the Filter
All pages listing articles contain a filtering tool for quick and easy customization of search results by type, category, or a free text search term.
Only one category (or all categories) can be displayed at once, however, the default search will also display all subcategories. Thus, selecting "3.3 Security Targets" will also include documents categorized as "3.3.2 Private Critical Infrastructure" and "188.8.131.52 Transportation." To exclude subcategories, check the box under the categories drop-down menu.
Using the free text search field will return matches in all of the table's fields.
In addition, each column is sortable. This function is especially useful for searching by date, type, or author.
Choose a Case Study
The Case Studies page presents a list of selected case studies with short summaries and links to related literature such as news articles and investigative reports.
View Suggested Syllabi (H2O)
The Suggested Syllabi section uses the H2O platform to feature a selection of playlists for instruction. H2O is a Web-based platform for creating, editing, organizing, consuming, and sharing course materials. Using H2O, professors may freely develop and collate course materials by selecting modules from a wide — and growing — repository and edit those modules to the sections that are most relevant to their particular pedagogy and approach.
This section contains some tools for wiki contribution.
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