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Facing emerging challenges in multimedia forensics
Edited by: Irene Amerini, Giulia Boato an Cecilia Pasquini
Collection published: 6 April 2021

Recent Advances in Software Security 
Edited by: Lotfi ben Othmane and Edgar Weippl
Collection published: 13 June 2019

Cybersecurity: Trends, Issues, and Challenges
Edited by: Krzysztof Cabaj, Wojciech Mazurczyk, Warsaw, Zbigniew Kotulski and Bogdan Księżopolski
Collection published: 20 March 2018

Cyber Security Intelligence and Analytics
Edited by: Zheng Xu, Yong Ding
Collection published: 22 November 2017

Authentication, Authorization and Auditing in Real-World Systems
Edited by: Edgar Weippl
Collection published: 4 July 2017

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