Mary Manjikian is the Associate Dean and an Associate Professor in the Robertson School of Government, Regent University, Virginia Beach, Virginia, USA. She is the author of three books, including Threat Talk: Comparative Politics of Internet Addiction (2013).
'This book is a bold and innovative synthesis of thinking from diverse yet interlinked disciplines. It is vital reading for scholars, policymakers, security professionals and organizational leaders. Manjikian's explication of the ACM Code of Ethics shows why it is a foundational concept for cybersecurity.' -- Steven Metz, U.S. Army War College, USA `As cyber conflict, espionage and crime increasingly challenge nations and their citizens, Manjikian's Cybersecurity Ethics provides a comprehensive and needed addition to the cyber literature cannon. This work constitutes a robust framework for decisions and actions in cyberspace and is essential reading for policymakers, practitioners, and students engaging the field of cybersecurity.' -- Aaron F. Brantly, Army Cyber Institute, United States Military Academy, West Point 'Mary Manjikian's introduction to cybersecurity ethics nicely links philosophy to practical cyber concerns of students, corporate and government information managers, and even cyber warriors. Complicated concepts are easy to understand and relevant to personal decision-making.' -- John A. Gentry, Georgetown University, USA 'Dr Manjikian has done a masterful job of outlining ethical standards to the constantly evolving cybersecurity domain. This book is a vital reference for those who are concerned with ethics related to hacking, privacy, surveillance, and cyberwarfare in an ever changing virtual environment that transcends boundaries and cultures and challenges the traditional ways that humans have dealt with each other. Ground-breaking and should be required reading for any serious cybersecurity professional.' -- Keith Dayton, George C. Marshall European Center for Security Studies, Germany 'A great introductory text to complex conceptual and practical issues in cybersecurity.' -- Heather Roff, Arizona State University, USA