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Purpose

The Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) Joint Task Force for Cybersecurity Education defines cybersecurity as a “computing-based discipline involving technology, people, information, and processes to enable assured operations.  It involves the creation, operation, analysis, and testing of secure computer systems. It is an interdisciplinary course of study, including aspects of law, policy, human factors, ethics, and risk management in the context of adversaries.”   This guide aims to be a resource for CMU students and faculty researching cybersecurity based on this definition.  

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Recently Acquired Books

Click here for a continually updated listing of our latest acquisitions in cybersecurity.* 

*For the latest cybersecurity eBooks available through our subscription to Safari Books Online, click here.

Below: a few examples.

Recent CMU Cybersecurity-related Publications

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