In celebration of Security Journal’s 30th anniversary, Palgrave Macmillan and the editorial team have selected the below highly viewed papers, published in the last two years, to be made freely available to read online. Happy reading!

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Security Journal (2016)

Targeting strategies in single-issue bomb attacks
Lucy Lemanski, Margaret Wilson

The insider threat to nuclear safety and security
Andrew N Healey

Multiplicities of corporate security: Identifying emerging types, trends and issues
Randy K Lippert, Kevin Walby, Rhys Steckle

Forensic psychological mindset of a terrorist: More questions than answers for public safety threat risk assessments
Ronn Johnson

Foreign direct investment in Africa: The contribution of a human perspective towards the analysis of security risk
Cobus Venter

CPTED, but not as we know it: Investigating the conflict of frameworks and terminology in crime prevention through environmental design
Victoria Gibson, Derek Johnson

The crime-reduction effects of open-street CCTV in South Korea
Hyungjin Lim, Changjoo Kim, John E Eck, Jeonglim Kim

IT standards and guides do not adequately prepare IT practitioners to appear as expert witnesses: An Australian perspective
Andrew Butler, Kim-Kwang Raymond Choo

The Fraud Triangle revisited
Alexander Schuchter, Michael Levi

Automating social network analysis: A power tool for counter-terrorism
Leslie Ball

The dilemmas of counter-bokoharamism: Debating state responses to Boko Haram terrorism in northern Nigeria
Isaac Terwase Sampson

Anatomy of the online dating romance scam
Monica T Whitty

Surveillance politics and local government: A national survey of federal funding for CCTV in Australia
Robert Carr

The future of video analytics for surveillance and its ethical implications
Andrew A Adams, James M Ferryman