The International Handbook of Computer Security

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Global Professional Publishi, 2000 - Business & Economics - 260 pages
-A one-stop resource for managers and executives at all levels--no matter the size of the company!-Wide-ranging coverage of a vital area of IT in businessThe International Handbook of Computer Security is written primarily to help business executives and information systems/computer professionals protect computer systems and data from a myriad of internal and external threats. The book addresses a wide range of computer security issues. It is intended to provide practical and thorough guidance in the quagmire of computers, technology, networks, and software.Among the major topics discussed are: company security policies - physical security procedures - data preservation and protection - hardware and software protection -personnel management and security - contingency planning - legal and auditing planning and control systems - network security, internal and external
 

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Contents

Chapter 2Physical Security and Data Preservation
11
Chapter 3Hardware Security
33
Chapter 4Software Security
67
Chapter 5Personnel Security
109
Chapter 7Security Policy
165
Chapter 8Contingency Planning
191
Chapter 9Auditing and Legal Issues
221
AppendixSecurity Software
235
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