|Editor-in-Chief:||Glenn S. Dardick, PhD, CCE, CCFP, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, Florida, USA|
|Associate Editor:||Diane Barrett, Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania|
|Gary C. Kessler, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, Florida, USA|
|Mark Scanlon, University College Dublin, Dublin, Ireland|
|Book Review Section Editor:||Mamoun Alazab, The Australian National University|
This peer-reviewed, multidisciplinary Journal of Digital Forensics, Security and Law (JDFSL) focuses on the advancement of the field by publishing the state of the art in both basic and applied research conducted worldwide. We purposefully chose to use the word "cyber" in our tagline, instead of "digital," to emphasize the cyber culture surrounding computing, and the word "cyber" also extends itself beyond the technical domain of computing. The Journal’s main aims are to open up the landscape for innovation and discussion, and to continuously bridge the gap between the science and practice of cyber forensics, security and law. This journal encourages both scientists and practitioners to share their discoveries and experiences.
See the Aims and Scope for a complete coverage of the journal.
Current Issue: Volume 11, Number 3 (2016)
Table of Contents
Front Matter/Back Matter
Differentiating Cyberbullies and Internet Trolls by Personality Characteristics and Self-Esteem
Lauren A. Zezulka and Kathryn C. Seigfried-Spellar
The Impact of Low Self-Control on Online Harassment: Interaction with Opportunity.
Hyunin Baek, Michael M. Losavio, and George E. Higgins
Toward Online Linguistic Surveillance of Threatening Messages
Brian H. Spitzberg and Jean Mark Gawron
A Legal Examination of Revenge Pornography and Cyber-Harassment
Thomas Lonardo, Tricia Martland, and Doug White
Special Issue on Cyberharassment Investigation: Advances and Trends
Joanne Bryce, Virginia N. L. Franqueira, and Andrew Marrington