Security+ Study Guide

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Sybex, 2003 - Computers - 555 pages
IT security skills are in high demand, and the Security+ Study Guide can give you the skills you need to pursue a successful career as an IT security professional. The Security+ certification is one of the latest certifications developed by CompTIA (who also manage the widely-recognized and highly-respected A+ and Network+ certifications) in response to both corporate and government requests for a certification that validates foundation-level IT security skills. Topics covered include access control, authentication, intrusion detection, malicious code, cryptography, physical security, disaster recovery, policies and procedures, and more. This book provides in-depth coverage of all official exam objectives and includes hundreds of challenging review questions, electronic flashcards, and a searchable electronic version of the entire book. Sybex is proud to be a Cornerstone member of the Security+ exam advisory committee. Note: CD-ROM/DVD and other supplementary materials are not included as part of eBook file.

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Michael Pastore (Bellevue, WA) has been writing computer books for more than 25 years and has worked in roles from network technician to president of an IT training school. Pastore is a regular contributor to Computerworld and Windows 2000 Magazine, and is a columnist for Leap-it.com. Michael is also an acting faculty member at several IT institutes, including the University of Phoenix. Pastore's titles include: A+ Test Prep, 1st & 2nd Eds. (Coriolis), A+ Study System (IDG Books), and the Security+ Study Guide (Sybex), among others. Michael can be reached at mikepast@aol.com.

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