Cybersecurity Skills Journal: Practice and Research
Call for Peer Reviewers!
The Cybersecurity Skills Journal (CSJ) is seeking members of the broader cybersecurity stakeholder community --including graduate students, educators, researchers, tech innovators, practitioners, government and industry-- to join our growing community of peer reviewers. Peer reviewers are essential to publishing research that integrates and expands the methods, processes, and evidence of effective practices for skillful performance of cybersecurity job functions and roles.
At CSJ, there is not a single, one-time review of an author’s submission. A panel of 10 peer reviewers representing different stakeholder communities and areas of expertise conducts an initial blind review of an author’s idea. If a panel accepts the idea for further development, its members provide collegial and constructive feedback as the author(s) iteratively develop first the structured abstract as detailed in our Author Guidelines, and then the completed manuscript.
The current Special Issue Overview describes the types of manuscripts we publish and our iterative process. We provide a one-hour workshop for prospective peer reviewers, to help them understand our mission and the details of the iterative peer review process before making a commitment to CSJ.
If you are interested in learning more or becoming a peer reviewer, please sign up below. The next Peer Reviewer Workshops will be held from 2:00 - 3:00 pm Eastern Time on:
Registration now open for all dates!