National CyberWatch is launching a new research- and practice-oriented Cybersecurity Skills Journal (CSJ), the first journal to bridge the profession's theory-practice divide by publishing research on the theories, measurement methods, evidence-based practices, and effective pedagogy required for the skilled performance of cybersecurity tactics, techniques, and protocols.
Upon publication, CSJ articles will be distributed widely to individuals and organizations through the National CyberWatch Center Digital Press and affiliated publishing organizations. Special issues coincide with national events, with best papers on skill development eligible for awards through our Innovations in Cybersecurity Education program. Through print and electronic access, articles published in CSJ are available to a global audience of over 300 institutions and 35,000 potential readers.
Although CSJ does not yet have an impact factor, it plans to participate in a growing number of major abstracting and indexing databases that are accessible to academics, consultants, and practitioners.