Security, society and technology aims to provide information, documentation‚ updates and reviews of activities and issues on societal security of relevance to industry, policy, technology developers , civil society and academia, including legal and regulatory matters, policy developments, technological innovation, and the evolution of societal and political ideas. 

Security, society and technology aims to host dialogues and debates, and scholarly analysis. Contributors will be invited to address political, ethical and societal issues raised by existing and emerging security technologies and solutions developed in response to contemporary security challenges. 

Security, society and technology aims to be a resource and forum for current affairs and on-going debates about the enhancement of societal resilience through security technologies, positioning itself as essential reading for policy makers, practitioners, industry officials and technology entrepreneurs, academics and students, national legislators, end-users and journalists.