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Cyber Security

Reading lists

Most modules have a reading list to support your studies with essential and recommended books and articles. Our new Reading Lists Online system allows you to easily access electronic content on the list and find out the latest status of print books - and request these through our Click and Collect service.

You should find a link to your reading list through Blackboard (or MS Teams if that is used for your module).  You can also access the system through the link below. On the Find Lists page you can search by your module title, module code or the name of your module leader.  

Online books

Cyber Security and Digital Forensics

Cyber security is an incredibly important issue that is constantly changing, with new methods, processes, and technologies coming online all the time.

Cyber Security and Network Security

Written and edited by a team of experts in the field, this is the most comprehensive and up-to-date study of the practical applications of cyber security and network security for engineers, scientists, students, and other professionals.

Research Methods for Cyber Security

Research Methods for Cyber Security teaches scientific methods for generating impactful knowledge, validating theories, and adding critical rigor to the cyber security field.

The Art of Cyber Security

This book is about cyber security.

Books for your subject Cyber Security

Some shelf numbers to help you find books in the library

Subject Shelf number
Computing 004
Human-computer interaction 004.019
Cloud computing 004.6782
Software engineering 005.1
Computer programming languages       005.133
Operating systems 005.43
Software    005.369
Computer security 005.8
Artificial intelligence 006.3
Computer graphics 006.6
Web design 006.7
Online learning 371.334
Big data 658.4038
eCommerce 658.800285
Game design 794.8

Guide to using ebooks

Ebooks are electronic versions of print texts and are available to you 24/7 from any device which is connected to the internet, so can be used anytime and anywhere both on and off campus. When we buy books we have a 'digital first' approach so you will find we have access to thousands of ebooks and many of the recommended resources on your reading lists will be available electronically.

Ebooks have a range of features to allow you to make notes, highlight text and change appearance to help make them more accessible to you.

Look at our detailed ebooks guide to learn more about the various ebook platforms we subscribe to and how you can make best use of each of these.