Computer Security: 20 Things Every Employee Should Know

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McGraw-Hill, 2004 - Computers - 51 pages
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It’s five o’clock, do you know where your confidential office document is? The truth is that many employees may not. This convenient handbook brings your workplace up to speed with 21st century security issues from computer passwords to hard copy document disposal. Covers technical issues and social engineering scenarios that put corporate security and data at risk.

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Contents

Keep your password secure
5
Practice safe data transfer
11
Surf the Web wisely at work
17
Copyright

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Ben Rothke, CISSP is a New York City based senior security consultant with ThruPoint, Inc. and has more than 15 years of industry experience in the area of information systems security. His areas of expertise are in PKI, HIPAA, 21 CFR Part 11, design & implementation of systems security, encryption, firewall configuration & review, cryptography and security policy development. Prior to joining ThruPoint, Ben was with Baltimore Technologies, Ernst & Young, and Citicorp, and has provided security solutions to many Fortune 500 companies. Ben is also the lead mentor in the ThruPoint, Inc. CISSP preparation program, preparing security professionals to take the rigorous CISSP examination. Ben has written numerous articles for such computer periodicals as the Journal of Information Systems Security, PC Week, Network World, Information Security, Secure Computing, Information Security Magazine, Windows NT Magazine, InfoWorld & the Computer Security Institute Journal.

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