The United States Cybersecurity Magazine’s editorial focus is toward implementable solutions that help change cyberspace for the better. A solution can be the following:
- Proposed Legislation
- Organizational Methodology
- Development Paradigm (e.g., DevOps, DevSecOps, etc.)
The key, however, is that the solution must address a well-articulated problem.
Article Reference Architecture
- Introduce and articulate the problem, then
- Identify the Root Cause(s), then,
- Identify a/the solution, then
- Describe the solution in significant technical detail, sufficient to demonstrate feasibility, then
- Explain how the solution can be integrated into general use,
- Provide a call to action in the conclusion
*Articles cannot be self-promotional or written from a 1st person perspective.
A 1 to 2 paragraph abstract must be submitted for approval. Your abstract must be a high level summary of what the article will be about.
Standard article: A standard article has a length of 1,200 to 1,500 words. Most articles will be standard articles unless agreed upon otherwise.
Articles may be prepared using Microsoft Word.
Use headings and subheadings that may include phrases or questions. A reader should be able to get a good impression of what the article contains by briefly examining the headings/subheadings of the article.
Photographs, other creative, all images and text must be sent as separate files.
Any images submitted to use in article must be at a resolution of at least 300 dpi.
Please send all images in a TIFF, EPS, or high-resolution JPEG. All images should be at a scale larger than intended for use with the article. We cannot take a 2”x 2” image and reproduce it to a 4”x 4” without adversely affecting the resolution.
Low resolution images will be rejected.
Once your article is accepted for publication, our in-house art department will design article layout.