Publisher: McGraw-Hill, 1996, 589 pages
Keywords: IT Security
Expert advice on how to effectively protect your client/server computing operations.
Addressing one of the most troublesome problems facing business today, this essential guide delivers straightforward advice on how to secure all of your applications and networks in a a client/server environment. A top-notch team of contributors provides you with all of the crucial information you need to effectively plan and implement security measures across all platforms — from desktop to mainframe.
Using a wealth of helpful figure and illustrations, this authoritative work succeeds in making a technical subject surprisingly understandable. It not only documents the Open System Foundation's standards for security but even more important, explains what the standards really mean in practical terms you can easily comprehend.
Writing in his or her area of expertise, bona fide experts discuss key aspects of securing client/server networks such as:
Coordinating Editor Peter T. Davis uses a sample client/server application throughout the book to demonstrate the range of control concerns you are likely to face in the course of doing business.
Don't let computer security breakdowns hamper your business. Take action now to prevent costly security breaches. This book tells you everything you need to know.
Follows the title. Good span, but very hard to follow, while reading it.