Volume 21, Number 1, 2002
Volume 21, Number 2, 31 March 2002
Volume 21, Number 3, 1 June 2002
: On Bricks and Walls: Why Building Secure Software is Hard.
: Anti-Terrorism Legislation: The Impact on The Processing of Data.
Volume 21, Number 4, 1 August 2002
: The emergence of a comprehensive obligation towards computer security.
: Syndicated crime and international terrorism: the lessons of `9-11'.
Volume 21, Number 5, 1 October 2002
: Security crisis management the basics.
William J. Caelli
: Trusted ...or... trustworthy: the search for a new paradigm for computer and network security.
Volume 21, Number 6, 1 October 2002
: The Blue Screen of Death and other deadly bugs.
: The US's National Strategy for Homeland Security.
: Policy enforcement in the workplace.
: White collar crime: a handmaiden of international tech terrorism.
: Palladium, fraud, and surviving terrorism- Compsec 2002 - Preview of Compsec 2002, 30 Oct-1 Nov, Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre, Westminster, London, UK.
E. Eugene Schultz
: A framework for understanding and predicting insider attacks.
Volume 21, Number 7, November 2002
: Spam, scams, chains, hoaxes and other junk mail.
: Trends in academic research: vulnerabilities analysis and intrusion detection.
: Managed Security Services new economy relic or wave of the future?
Volume 21, Number 8, November 2002
: Compsec 2002: the complete security circle.
: Global Trust, Certification and (ISC)2.
: Policy challenges in building dependability in global infrastructures.
: A practical key management scheme for access control in a user hierarchy.