• CyberTalk #9 Available Now!
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CyberTalk #9 Available Now!

CyberTalk Magazine is the leading multidisciplinary voice in cyber security, providing an accessible yet thought-provoking resource to academics and professionals alike. CyberTalk features a wealth of opinion from some of the leading names in technology, psychology, philosophy and beyond. 

The magazine marks a first, practical, step towards an expression of the growing realisation that we must move beyond our suspicion of the cyber domain and our fear of our dependence upon it, and off­ers a platform upon which a truly interdisciplinary approach to the safety and security of the human experience of the cyber domain can be developed.

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What is CyberTalk?

With a circulation of over 10,000 and a potential readership of more than 25,000, CyberTalk in the leading multi-disciplinary voice in Cyber Security.

CyberTalk currently has subscribers in more than 20 countries worldwide, including Germany, India, China, the UAE and Australia as well as being circulated in various institutes and centres for learning across the UK, USA, Sweden and Norway.


For more information and to view the CyberTalk Media Pack, please click here.

If you would like to contribute to future editions of the magazine please contact the CyberTalk team cybertalk@softbox.co.uk 

Archived Articles

CT1 Article Image The End of the Machine Age originally published in issue 1CT2 Article Image The Army of Redress Marches Again originally published in issue 2

CT3 Article Image The Children of Colossus originally published in issue 3

CT4 Article Image Of Bytes, Bunkers and Cakes originally published in issue 4

CT5 Article Image Meat the Machine originally published in issue 5 

CT6 Article Image The Minds in the Matter originally published in issue 6

CT7 Article Image Back to the Cyber Future originally published in issue 7

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