Publisher: Prentice Hall, 1993, 130 pages
Keywords: IT Security
OPENframework is an approach for coping with the complexity of modern business computing; addressing the question "How does an enterprise best exploit information technology?"
The OPENframework approach is explained in a series of books.
Highly illustrated and using everyday language, the OPENframework Systems Architecture Series is an ideal companion for those involved in planning or implementing systems strategy. The series will be of value to professionals and students of business and information technology.
Security measures an information system's ability to withstand malicious attack, such as unauthorized observation, or interference of information, or denial of the service to others.
This book explains how to discuss security, breaking the subject down into easily managed concepts. It describes the latest products and techniques and identifies where they can best be employed. The problems associated with security in distributed computing and Open Systems environments are addressed in some detail.
ICL's view on security a la 1993. Today they refuse to acknowledge its existance. Surprising, as the quality is high.