Editoral

VOLUME 21, ISSUE 4 EDITORIAL

Fall 2022

This is a hybrid edition of the Journal of Information Warfare (JIW) with a number of papers that are peer-reviewed that focus on misinformation and disinformation campaigns as well as a few special papers from Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL). We hope that you enjoy them. In addition, we are happy to announce that in 2023, in collaboration with the Information Professionals Association (IPA), that we will be starting a new academic publication entitled, The Journal of Cognitive Security (JGS). This effort will address the impact of the increasing volume and variability of information available to anyone with a handheld device, the speed with which information is replicated, spread, and processed to anyone with the means to access the Internet-protocol driven world, and the ubiquity of handheld telecommunications and the resulting interactions of those pressures on societal change. Cognitive Security is a field dedicated to understanding the role of influence amongst individuals and groups through application of multidisciplinary and multi-stakeholder lenses.

VOLUME 21, ISSUE 3 EDITORIAL

Summer 2022

This latest edition of the JIW, brings an exciting number of papers from esteemed academics who address a wide and varied series of research efforts across the Information Warfare and Cyber Security spectrum. We begin with the paper from Bodström writing about “Strategic Cyber Environment Management with Zero-Trust and Cyber Counterintelligence”, which is directly related to many of the current issues that the Department of Defense (U.S.) and other organizations are dealing with. This is followed by Shen, Chen, and Tseng, who collaborated on a paper focusing on “Relating Credibility to Writing Style, Emotion and Scope of Spread of Disinformation”, which is very interesting on what works, and does not, for these types of campaigns. Next is Huskaj and Blix, with their research on “Validating a Framework for Offensive Cyberspace Operations”, and how these types of mission could be conducted in the future.

Journal of Information Warfare

The definitive publication for the best and latest research and analysis on information warfare, information operations, and cyber crime. Available in traditional hard copy or online.

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