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Every month Network Security covers:
• Authoritative news and analysis of significant events, including major trends in threats, attacks and regulatory changes.
• Regular columns – the inside view from our panel of experts.
• Detailed articles providing real-world guidance on key network security issues.
• In-depth analyis of the management, regulatory and policy challenges around information security, data governance and regulatory compliance.
• Technically detailed updates on developments in key network and IT security technologies.
• Book reviews and a comprehensive calendar of events.
Network Security provides vital information for:
• CISOs and CSOs
• Computer and Information Security Managers
• Network and Telecommunications Managers
• Analysts and Operations Managers
• Systems Administrators
• IS Management
• Manufacturers, suppliers, and resellers of networking hardware and software
• Developers and researchers
• Penetration testers and ethical hackers.?
Network Security and Computer Fraud & Security are monthly, subscription-only professional journals published by Elsevier and edited by Steve Mansfield-Devine.
We welcome contributions from people who have valuable knowledge to share - including researchers, academics, security practitioners, vendors, integrators, institutes, government departments, trade or technical bodies, consultants, analysts, penetration testers, ethical hackers etc.
We are always interested in articles that deal with trends, issues and technologies – the more detailed or technical the better.The articles need to deal with very specific subjects – we don't run pure opinion pieces. (And no marketing copy – the copy must be vendor-neutral with no mention of company or products.)
As these journals are read by a wide range of infosec professionals and researchers, contributing presents an opportunity to raise your profile in this sector. All articles are also entered in Elsevier's ScienceDirect online database, used by professionals, researchers and academics as a key research resource and citation source.Contributors with professional qualifications from bodies such as ISACA and (ISC)2 may also be able to claim CPE credits for their articles.
The articles must not have been published elsewhere (including the web) and we need first use rights.Academics, students and doctoral candidates please note: Network Security and Computer Fraud & Security are NOT peer-reviewed journals.
Precisely when the article will run depends on space and the mix of articles for each issue (eg, not having two cloud security pieces in the same issue).We generally ask for a minimum of 2,000 words, but as long as the subject supports it, we can go up to around 4,500 words. We can use shorter pieces, too – the absolute bare minimum is 1,200 words.
It's also really helpful if you can supply illustrations – we prefer diagrams, charts and graphs to photographs.HOW TO SUBMIT
- Before submitting articles or ideas, please read our guide to Submitting articles to NS & CFS.
- You should also read our Writer's Guide. Please note: we reserve the right to edit submitted articles in order to ensure they comply with our house style and our Style Guide.
Articles should be in Word format using our template – available in the Contributor's Pack below – with illustrations supplied separately (not embedded in the document) as high-resolution files.Articles should be accompanied by a short biography (around 75 words) and a colour photograph for each author (minimum resolution 800 pixels per side).
We need exclusivity and full rights for all articles. All contributions require a signed Copyright Agreement.
- NS/CFS Contributor’s Pack (zip file)
- Read the Writer's Guide before starting your article.
- Use the Article Template to write and submit your article
- Complete, sign and scan the Copyright Agreement, which you need to return with your article.