Editorial: The Digital Economy and Cyber Security

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Leith H. Campbell https://orcid.org/0000-0001-5646-0848


Digital economy, Cyber security, Editorial


This editorial comes in three parts: some remarks on developing a cyber security architecture for the digital economy; a note on changes to the Journal’s editorial team; and a brief introduction to the papers in this issue.


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