Advances in Enterprise Information Technology Security

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Khadraoui, Djamel
Idea Group Inc (IGI), May 31, 2007 - Computers - 388 pages
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Advances in Enterprise Information Technology Security provides a broad working knowledge of all the major security issues affecting today's enterprise IT activities. The chapters in this Premier Reference Source are written by some of the world's leading researchers and practitioners in the filed of IT security. There are no simple and complete answers to the issues of security; therefore, multiple techniques, strategies, and applications are thoroughly examined. This reference work presents the tools to address opportunities in the field, and is an all-in-one reference for IT managers, network administrators, researchers, and students.

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Djamel Khadraoui received his PhD from Blaise Pascal University of Clermont-Ferrand (France). He is a senior researcher in the domains of enterprise IT security, intelligent systems, and software architectures. Dr. Khadraoui is also active in the domain of Web-centric and interactive multimedia applications. His recent interests are related to multi-agents systems dealing with negotiation and arbitration applied to the domains of trusted e-contracting. Khadraoui is managing EUREKA projects in the area of telecom and security (BUGYO, RED, €-Confidential, CARLINK, AUTOTRUST). He is the representative of the Security and Trust Management ERCIM working group as well as of the Trust and Security working group of NESSI. He was a general chairman of AISTA04. He is member of ISO JTC1/SC27/WG2 related to IT security techniques/security techniques and mechanisms. He gives lectures at the University of Metz (France) and the Luxembourg University in the area of security.

Francine Herrmann received a PhD in computer science from PARIS-VI University. She worked at CNET Research Center from 1985 to 1988. In 1989, she joined the Computer Science Department of Metz University and the LITA computer science laboratory. She is now the director of the computer science department and manages the master of computer security of Metz. Her main research areas are parallel and distributed algorithms, parallel constraints and security in parallel computations. [Editor]

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