Handbook of Information Secutity Management
Harold F. Tipton, Micki Krause
Taylor & Francis, Nov 9, 1998 - Computers - 784 pages
Completely revised and updated, the 1999 edition of Handbook of Information Security Management reveals the precise nuts and bolts of exactly how to handle all the most challenging security problems.
Handbook of Information Security Management provides dozens of case studies and analyses showing your students exactly how to protect systems and data using the latest tools. With Handbook of Information Security Management, your students will learn how to take the offensive in the battle against information security threats by seeing how the experts do it.
Handbook of Information Security Management delivers in-depth guidance on:
Zeroing in on latebreaking technical security issues, the book shows your students:
Here your students will find complete information on microcomputer and LAN security, security for the World Wide Web, biometric identification, enterprise security architecture, implementing and managing network-based controls, using cryptography to secure communications and commercial transactions, and much more.
In sum, Handbook of Information Security Management 1999 Edition will show your students how to secure systems against all intruders and security threats - no matter where they come from.
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Section 12 Access Control Administration
TELECOMMUNICATIONS AND NETWORK
Section 22 Internet Intranet and Extranet Security
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