Security in Computing

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Prentice-Hall, 1989 - Computers - 538 pages
This volume addresses a broad range of issues in computer security including threats, counter-measures, controls, and risks.

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Contents

y Characteristics of Computer Intrusion
3
SECURE ENCRYPTION SYSTEMS
75
3 RivestShamirAdelman RSA Encryption
100
Copyright

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Charles P. Pfleeger is an independent information security consultant and principal of the Pfleeger Consulting Group. He specializes in threat/vulnerability analysis, system design review, certification preparation, expert witness testimony, and training. Shari Lawrence Pfleeger, a senior information scientist at the RAND Corporation, has written ten books on software engineering, measurement, and quality, including "Software Engineering: Theory and Practice, Third Edition" (Prentice Hall, 2006). She was named one of the world's top software engineering researchers by the "Journal of Systems and Software,

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