About ECJ

EUROPEAN CYBERSECURITY JOURNAL

The European Cybersecurity Journal (ECJ) is a specialised quarterly publication devoted to cybersecurity. The main goal of the Journal is to provide concrete policy recommendations for European decision-makers and raise awareness on both issues and problem-solving instruments. The Journal had its premiere during the CYBERSEC Forum 2015.

The ECJ is a platform of regular dialogue on the most strategic aspects of cybersecurity. Subscribers to the ECJ read insights on the most important trends in cybersecurity and have an opportunity to get to know first-hand perspectives from leading specialists.

 

 

TARGET AUDIENCE OF THE JOURNAL

  • European-level representatives, sectoral agencies of the European Union, International Organisations Representatives, including NATO
  • National-level officials of European countries, Government representatives and Regulatory Affairs Directors & Managers, as well as diplomatic representatives
  • Law Enforcement & Intelligence Officers, Military & Defence Ministries Officials
  • Legal Professionals, Representatives for Governance, Audit, Risk, Compliance, and investors
  • Chief Executive Officers, business decision-makers in the fields related to critical infrastructure, including Information and Communications Technology, Data Privacy & Cybersecurity, Finance & insurance, Power Generation & Distribution, Transportation, Manufacturing & Automotive, Chemical Industries, Mining & Petroleum, Pharmaceutical
  • Opinion leaders, specialized media, academic experts

 

EDITORIAL BOARD


CHIEF EDITORS

  • Barbara Sztokfisz – CYBERSEC Project Manager and Research Fellow of the Kosciuszko Institute
  • Marta Przywała – CYBERSEC Project Manager and Research Fellow of the Kosciuszko Institute

HONORARY MEMBERS OF THE EDITORIAL BOARD

  • Dr James Andrew Lewis – Director and Senior Fellow of the Strategic Technologies Program, Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS)
  • Dr Joanna Świątkowska – Programme Director, European Cybersecurity Forum – CYBERSEC; Senior Fellow, Kosciuszko Institute

MEMBERS OF THE EDITORIAL BOARD

  • Alexander Klimburg – Director, Cyber Policy and Resilience Program, Hague Centre for Strategic Studies; Non-resident Senior Fellow, Atlantic Council
  • Helena Raud – Member of the Board of the European Cybersecurity Initiative
  • Keir Giles – Director of the Conflict Studies Research Centre (CSRC)

ASSOCIATE EDITOR

  • Izabela Albrycht – Chairperson of the Kosciuszko Institute

PUBLISHER

 

CONTACT


Executive editor

e-mail: editor[at]cybersecforum.eu