Publisher: McGraw-Hill, 1997, 201 pages
Implement and maintain a certified Secure UNIX system.
In an increasingly dangerous era, ensuring the security and confidentiality of an organization's computer systems has never been more important. Now, for secure systems administrators, this book provides a comprehensive technical manual on implementing versions of UNIX that have U.S. Department of Defense (DOD) "Orange Book" B-level computer security. Users will find in Secure UNIX a how-to guide covering secure systems concepts and their application for managers, Samalin provides a solid, accessible primer perfect for use in training programs.
As Secure UNIX systems become more pervasive, those who can quickly comply with the standard will have an edge. Here, you'll get details on how to use Secure UNIX computers to protect your organization's information systems. Experienced UNIX consultant Samuel Samalin — who helped develop Secure UNIX systems at industry stalwarts AT&T and IBM — expertly covers such wide-ranging topics as:
Samalin provides insightful and valuable quick-reference guidelines for secure systems administrators.
The most comprehensive manual on implementing Secure UNIX systems.
This is in reality about MLS UNIX, not "standard" UNIX.