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Discusses the social and economic benefits that the Internet has to offer and then explores threats and challenges in cyberspace. The final part presents a vision for cyber security in 2015.
The UK's largest collection of social research data, providing access to a wide range of secondary data including large-scale government surveys, cross-national surveys, census data, international macrodata, business microdata and qualitative studies. It has been formed by the merger of four established data services, including ESDS to which we previously subscribed.
A not-for-profit organisation in which politicians, academics, senior industrialists, and military personnel discuss defence and security issues. Includes full text papers and briefings up to 2002. For full access email to obtain a username and password.
The DStan organisation develops and communicates UK MOD standardization policies, defence standards, procedures and guidance on standardization issues. Copies of electronic and hard copy versions of all extant UK Defence Standards are available from DStan. *Some may be charged for. If Barrington Library members require a defence standard which is not free, please contact your Barrington Library team.
Bibliographic database providing information on serials published throughout the world. It covers all subjects, regular or irregular publications, paid subscription or free.
Full text US patents and published applications. Patents from 1790 to 1975 are searchable only by Patent Number and Current US Classification. From 1976 they are searchable by all fields. Note: images will be read-only unless your pc has the appropriate TIFF reader. For more information, see
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