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    Post Government Journals

    If anyone is interested in government computer publications for research, etc. Try these out:

    The Defense Computer Forensics Laboratory:
    Has a quarterly Bulletin:

    Computer Forensics Communication:

    The National Infrastructure Protection Center:
    Has 2 journals:

    Highlights seeks to provide policy and/or decision makers with value-added insight by synthesizing all source information to provide the most detailed, accurate, and timely reporting on potentially actionable CIP (Critical Infrastructure Protection) matters.

    And Cybernotes:
    CyberNotes seeks to provide computer security professionals with a summary of security-related topics and issues and does not provide exhaustive details regarding any issue. CyberNotes does provide references to the respective sources used in compilation of the report in order to allow follow up on the part of the security professional.
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