What we consider fundamental elements can be easily overlooked or perceived as facts without the process of empirical testing. Especially in the field of cybercrime and cybersecurity, there are more speculations regarding the prevalence and the scope of harm carried out by wrongdoers than empirically tested studies. To fill the void, three articles included in the current issue addresses empirical findings of fundamental concerns and knowledge in the field of cybercrime and cybersecurity.

Note on the Author(s)

Hannarae Lee, Ph. D., Department of Social Sciences, Marywood Univesrity, 2300 Adams Ave., Scraonton PA 18509 USA Email: hnrlee@marywood.edu