Computer security: proceedings of the IFIP TC11 Ninth International Conference on Information Security, Toronto, Canada, 12-14 May, 1993
This publication explores not only the evolution of computer security but future developments anticipated in the field. Many aspects of this increasingly significant area are considered, including the relationship between international standards and organizational security in both small and large systems. The importance of constantly improving and updating training and education is also discussed. Contributions are sourced from a broad base of world-renowned specialists and the book will therefore be of prime interest to researchers, developers and managers in the academic and industrial spheres alike.
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Kristian Beckman Award Address
Opening Keynote Address
The Importance of When and How
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