Publisher: McGraw-Hill, 1997, 687 pages
The Most Comprehensive Single Guide to Computer Security on the Market Today
From desktops to databases, this surefire guide offers you a complete introduction to the principles, problems, and methods for securing computer systems — covering a wide range of environments, operating systems, threats, and measures.
Written by a noted expert in the field, the book examines the trends in society and technology that make computer security important and that affect security solutions. Included is detailed coverage of:
You'll find a wealth of material on cryptography, security hardware and software, formal models, risk analysis, electronic commerce, legislation, and privacy — plus case histories, examples, summaries, exercises, and references to sharpen your understanding
A good guide to IT security.