Security in Computing
The classic guide to information security--fully updated for the latest attacks and countermeasures
"Security in Computing, Third Edition" systematically demonstrates how to control failures of confidentiality, integrity, and availability in applications, databases, operating systems, and networks alike.
This sweeping revision of the field's classic guide to computer security reflects today's entirely new generation of network- and Internet-based threats and vulnerabilities, and offers practical guidance for responding to them.
Exceptionally clear and easy to understand, the book covers not only technical issues, but also law, privacy, ethics, and the physical and administrative aspects of security.
The companion website (http: //www.phptr.com/pfleeger/) contains additional information, book updates, and instructor's resources.
Is There a Security Problem in Computing?
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