European Cybersecurity Journal
The European Cybersecurity Journal (ECJ) is a specialised 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. Readers of the ECJ get insights on the most important trends in cybersecurity and have an opportunity to get to know first-hand perspectives from leading specialists.
Barbara Wilk – Research Fellow, the Kosciuszko Institute
Ewelina Kasprzyk – Researcher and CYBERSEC Project Manager, 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 – Assistant Professor, AGH University of Science and Technology; Initiator & Former CYBERSEC Programme Director (2014-2019)
Members OF THE EDITORIAL BOARD
Alexander Klimburg – Director, Global Commission on the Stability of Cyberspace Initiative and Secretariat; Director, Cyber Policy and Resilience Program, The Hague Centre for Strategic Studies
Helena Raud – Member of the Board, European Cybersecurity Initiative
Keir Giles – Director, Conflict Studies Research Centre (CSRC)
Izabela Albrycht – Chairperson, the Kosciuszko Institute
Marta Przywała – Non-resident Research Fellow, the Kosciuszko Institute
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