International Journal
of Applied Technology & Leadership

ISSN 2720-5215


Our Purpose

The purpose of the International Journal of Applied Technology and Leadership (IJATL) is to encourage young scientists and scholars to explore new ideas and research on the frontier of science with emphasis on the ethical application of technology and cyber leadership.

Open Access

The IJATL supports open access publishing including access to peer-reviewed material at no cost to the authors or subscribers.

Our Mission

We focus on providing opportunities to explore new ideas and methods in applying technology and challenging the emerging field of leadership in cybersecurity.


International Journal of Applied Technology and Leadership (IJATL) is a new, free to publish, open access, peer-reviewed academic journal established with the purpose to encourage young scientists, researchers, and seasoned scholars to explore new ideas and research on the frontiers of information technologies, cyber-related issues and management science.

The journal is a collaborative initiative of Capitol Technology University, Laurel, MD (USA) and College of Economics and Computer Science in Cracow (Poland), both practice-oriented, technology-centered, and accredited institutions of higher education.

The initiative originates from the recognition of the scholars’ and industry leaders’ need to both publish and access the latest research at no cost to them. It emphasizes the value of broad and free access to knowledge, scientific advances, and novel industry practices, to facilitate the process of expanding our understanding of technological applications in organization management by standing on the shoulders of giants.

The editors and reviewers for the Journal come from nearly all continents, including North America, Europe, Asia, and Africa, representing a diversified team of researchers, educators, university administrators, and industry practitioners.

The authors can submit their articles in English and Polish for review free of charge. However, articles in other languages than English will need to be translated by the authors at their cost upon acceptance for publication.

The IJATL will consider for publication only original articles that have not been submitted for review to any other journal.


Use this form as a guideline for papers submitted for publishing in this journal. Thank you.

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All journal papers submitted will be refereed by internationally recognized researchers and scientists. A full single – blind international refereeing process aims to ensure quality, originality and relevance.

Papers are sent to reviewers for a peer review process where they are identified as experts.

The reviewers’ recommendations will determine whether a paper will be accepted / accepted subject to change / subject to re-submission with significant changes / rejected. The IJATL will have the final say, no appeals.

For papers that require changes, the same reviewers will be used, if possible, to ensure that the quality of the revised paper is acceptable.

Currently, the IJATL accepts manuscripts in English and Polish for the review process. The manuscripts in Polish, once accepted for publication will have to be translated by the authors at their costs and will be subject to the editorial evaluation and approval before publishing. All papers are refereed, and the Editor-in-Chief reserves the right to refuse any typescript, whether on invitation or otherwise, and to make suggestions and/or modifications before publication.

Rights and Permissions

Material published in the Journal of Applied Technology and Leadership (IJATL) is covered by copyright. All rights reserved. No part of the publication may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, translated, or transmitted in any form or by any means now or hereafter known, electronic or mechanical, without permission in writing from the IJATL.

The copyright owner consents that copies of articles may be made for personal or internal use.

Authors have permission to share their article after it has been published in IJATL, either in print or online:

  • Privately with students or colleagues for their personal use in presentations and other educational activities.
  • Privately on the authors’ institutional repositories.
  • On the authors’ personal websites as a link to the article on the journal’s website.

Authors reusing their own material in the above ways must include appropriate attribution and do not need to contact IJATL for permission.


Dr. Przemysław Stach

Vice Rector for International Cooperation, College of Economics and Computer Science (WSEI), Poland

Dr. Eng. Jan Werewka, DSc.

Program Chair, Computer Science, College of Economics and Computer Science (WSEI), Poland

Dr. Eng. Zbigniew Handzel

Dean, College of Economics and Computer Science (WSEI), Poland

Małgorzata Żmudzka-Kosała, M.A.

Head of Library, College of Economics and Computer Science (WSEI), Poland

Dr. Elena Vishnevskaya

Adjunct Assistant Professor of Practice in Computer Science, Capitol Technology University, USA

Dr. Tal Pavel

Academic College of Tel Aviv, Jaffo, The Institute for Cyber Policy Studies, Israel

Dr. Fakhrul Razi Ahmadun

National Defense University of Malaysia

Dr. Doc. Metin Ocak

Toros University, Turkey

Dr. Francis Amagoh

KIMEP University, Kazakhstan

Dr. Gábor Andrási

Budapest Business School University of Applied Sciences, Hungary

Dr. Priya Baguant

Higher Colleges of Technology, United Arab Emirates

Dr. Eng. Ryszard Ćwiertniak

College of Economics and Computer Science (WSEI), Poland

Dr. Darrell Burrell

The Florida Institute of Technology, USA

Dr. Michael E. Johnson

Boeing Defense and Space, International Space Station Program

Dr. Alla Grechko

National Technical University Of Ukraine “Igor Sikorsky Kyiv Polytechnic Institute”, Ukraine

Dr. Sophia Stanford

Capitol Technology University, USA

Dr. Michael A. Radin

Rochester Institute of Technology, USA

Dr. Ian McAndrew, FRAeS

Dean of Doctoral Programs, Capitol Technology University, USA

Dr. Richard Baker, FRAeS

Associate Dean of Graduate Programs, Capitol Technology University, USA

Dr. William Butler

Vice President of Academic Affairs, Capitol Technology University, USA

Prof. Allen Exner

Director of Library Services & Information Literacy, Capitol Technology University, USA


Scholarly conference

Where the Cyber and the Human Cross Paths

Perspectives on human behavior in the cyber-dominated environment Conference has been delayed until Spring 2023 The conference is organized by…

Dr. Przemysław Stach

College of Economics and Computer Science (WSEI) Poland

Prof. Allen Exner

Capitol Technology University

Dr. Ian McAndrew, FRAeS

Capitol Technology University
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