Vol. 24 No. 1 (2020): Information Security: Emerging Voices

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Welcome to the latest issue of World Libraries Journal, where we explore the latest developments and trends in the field of library and information science. This issue is dedicated to the theme of "Information Security: Emerging Voices" and features a collection of papers that examine the important and timely topic of information security in the digital age.

Our first paper, "Why Internet & Information Privacy Policy Is Necessary" delves into the importance of having a robust internet and information privacy policy in today's digital world. The authors explore the ways in which personal information is collected, stored and shared and how it can be vulnerable to cyber-attacks. They argue that having a privacy policy in place is essential to protect the rights of individuals and organizations.

The second paper, "Cybersecurity Threats in Healthcare Organizations: Exposing Vulnerabilities in the Healthcare Information Infrastructure" examines the unique challenges that healthcare organizations face in terms of cybersecurity. The authors highlight the vulnerabilities in the healthcare information infrastructure and the need for organizations to take proactive measures to protect sensitive patient information.

Finally, "Cybersecurity - Hacking" delves into the topic of hacking, one of the most significant cybersecurity threats of today. The authors explore the different types of hacking, the methods used, and the ways in which organizations can protect themselves from these attacks.

Overall, this issue of World Libraries Journal is an essential read for those interested in the latest developments in the field of information security. It features insightful and thought-provoking papers that provide valuable insights into the challenges and opportunities facing libraries and other organizations in the digital age.

Published: 2020-07-29