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Cybersecurity: Finding Articles

Using the Library Catalog

Use the Library Search Tool

Many of our electronic journals can simply be located from our Library homepage. This engine will search across many research databases and help you to hone in on key resources for your research. 

Use Our e-Journals A-Z List to Locate a specific Journal

This automated list can point the user to the full text of articles while they're in a database with the "GET IT" button.  The list keeps track of electronic journals even if the full text is buried in a general literature database like ProQuest or LexisNexis.

Don't Forget the Reference Librarian

If at any time you want us to double check to see if we have access to a particular journal, please don't hesitate to ask.

Google Scholar

Google Scholar

Configure Google Scholar so you can access CMU licensed materials.

University Libraries Databases

Finding articles can be more art than science because different databases index different journals.  Here is a list of databases available through the University Libraries that index articles, conference papers, and proceedings related to Cybersecurity fields of study.  

Open Access Databases

These databases and resources provide open access to their contents. Be sure to configure Google Scholar for access to CMU materials; click instructions for more information. Be sure to configure Google Scholar for access to CMU materials; click instructions for more information.